On its own, youre right, the uppers wouldnt make sense, but with the lower arms (which im currently working on) the lower ball joint is also raised and lengthened but done so outside the shock mount, thus the spindle is raised. Yes, the geometry is skewed, but much less than dropping the coils all the way and this way it cost next to nothing. The only reason i raised the upper ball joint with that angle is to clear the chassis.Your upper control arm doesnt work like that. You accomplished nothing besides making the load paths all convoluted and making the arms longer. These dont work like drop spindles at all since the ball joint rotation point stayed in the same place. Only way to do what you wanted to do in the arms is to use a upper ball joint which puts the point where it locks into the spindle taper closer to the pivot point, or somehow put the upper ball joint upside down and below the spot on the spindle that it connects to, but I dont believe thats physically possible.