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Short Beds (SWB) and Long Beds (LWB) have a different upper mounting location though.

 

 

this also means that the lower locations are specific to lwb and swb, though they use the same parts.

 

 

lwb shocks are in front of the axle, swb are behind the axle...they use the same parts to accomplish this, but flipped side to side.

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No.

 

Short Beds (SWB) and Long Beds (LWB) have a different upper mounting location though.

 

 

this also means that the lower locations are specific to lwb and swb, though they use the same parts.

 

 

lwb shocks are in front of the axle, swb are behind the axle...they use the same parts to accomplish this, but flipped side to side.

Send these lads to the head of the class.

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