It will work but one final detail of how do I tell when the end of the upper coil is in the right location? The spring is attached to the tightening rod with just enough tension on the arms to hold the top of the spring against the frame yet the spring can be turned. The spring inside diameter is outside the edge of the round short lip on the frame around the shock hole. The frame has is an edge the end of the coil is supposed to be against. I can rotate the spring but was never sure when (or if) the coil end was in contact with the edge. I did tighten it up twice (1/2" drive ratchet) most of the way with no problem but I could tell the end of the coil would not be in the right position. So get the positioning right for the top coil end and the springs should install with no more problems. (But then Custer did not think there were any Indians behind the hills).