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I don't know but I suspect it will matter which port the restrictor and check valve are fitted to.
I personally wouldn't worry about the six stud vs eight stud argument. People tend to buy their own commercial vehicles and there are usually many available options that can be specified at order and fitted during production or changed later. The purpose is to make the finished vehicle more suitable for where it will spend the majority of it's time.
It is usually possible to buy a commercial vehicle with the "wrong" equipment fitted that is still in a proper condition... In my experience it is certainly not unusual to buy one sort of truck and uprate or downrate it in order to qualify for a different rate of taxation.
GM vehicles used to be fitted with a plate embossed with lines of groups of 2, 3 or 4 numbers that are meaningless to most people but when decoded tells the story of the vehicle options fitted to the vehicle - gear ratio, fuel and air filtration, suspension and so forth...
It is best to be guided by those and the chassis number and certainly fit like-for-like unless it is for an approved modification.