@IaM-Ray- here you go-
With Bruce's method the bearing housing is cut free and moved inward; probably a little more work than Paul's trailing arms (although I'm sure Paul will dispute that!), but (for those who care) you have to look a little closer to tell what's been done as the arms themselves don't look modified (at first glance). Both achieve the same end and I doubt if there' any strength difference.
My apologies for the upside pages- it was the first time I'd used the scanner. I think you'll be able to spin the pages-
Note- Just noticed I cut the bottom off of page 2- it should read-
Left- cut out a "D" shaped piece of 3 mm thick steel and weld it to the trailing arm between the bearing housing and the spring plate mounting tab. This provides clearance for the backing plates or brake rotors.
I'll check pages 3 and 4...
Page 3 top- Right- another angle of the modified trailing arm shows how the bearing housing has been moved in. An additional gusset has been welded on the inside of the trailing arm to the bearing housing. You can see this one on the right side of the trailing arm.
Page 4 is good.