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2010 SVT Shocks vs 2014 SVT shocks


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This may be a dumbfounded question and I can't seem to locate the answer. Would these shocks have any differences? Besides a few years of age?

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I haven't heard of any changes through the years.

BUT, I have heard that the Scabs vs. Screws have different valving.
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Not sure about the shocks themselves but the front springs are different for scab, screw and 5.4L scab.


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Not sure about the shocks themselves but the front springs are different for scab, screw and 5.4L scab.
Would the springs on the screw's have a higher lb rate for compression since the screw's weigh more?

I am converting a 2WD F-150 and have found more 2010 shocks than newer years
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Would the springs on the screw's have a higher lb rate for compression since the screw's weigh more?

I am converting a 2WD F-150 and have found more 2010 shocks than newer years
Yes the screws have a higher spring rate than the scabs.


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