Hi there, my shocks on the right side of my '91 HB have been bad for many years, so much so, that the truck leans to one side. I been really trying to fix it up lately, so I think it's about time I do something about the suspension. When I took a closer look at it, I noticed there's no springs in the front. Does this mean that I simply unbolt the shocks, support the A-arms etc., and exchange the old shocks for new one's without the need for fancy tools? That seems too easy to me. Are my assumptions wrong? Also I'm on a tight budget, so I'll be getting my shocks off a junker if they're cheaper, is there a way I can tell that the shocks on the donor truck are good without having to tear it all apart for nothing? Thanks again for the help everyone!