LOL, yes, on the right way. The center pin isn't centered on the spring front-back so it's pretty obvious which is front
And I went ahead and jacked up that side under the axle.. .and I'll be darned, the shackle flipped back outward... not too much, but close to teh right place.
just really odd, went from (viewed looking at driver's side from outside) a good 8:00 position to probably 4:30-5. Never seen a shackle do that before. Dosn't seem real ideal, i'd rtaher go from 6:00 to say 4:00 I'll snap osme pics once I get both sides done and settle/flex it out intact... need to get some new bushings for the shackle mount at the frame before I put it back together.
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