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I need to know how to put rear shocks on the back of my 2005 chevy silvarodo v6.

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There's 2 bolts per shock; 1 top and 1 bottom. unbolt the bottom ones first and then the top and they will fall out. You may have to tap them out with a rubber mallet. install the new ones top sides first so you don't have to hold it up while putting in the bottoms. and one bottom mount is on each side or the read axel. (front and back side) You'll see what I mean if you just look under the truck from behind.

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