One thing for sure is that even if the angle is the same but the shock is mounted on the outer holes (top and bottom) as oppose to the inner holes. It is like if you put a stiffer spring on the shock. Compresion and rebound do change slightly (a bit harder/stiffer) but they do. Also on the outer holes your shocks may not extend long enough for the proper droop to be effective. There are other differances but I'm probably not that good at trying to explain them.
Mr. Shookie goes home 10-06-08. Bill Levinson 4-14-15
Thanks to the SoCal guys that help me & "Tha Man" Paul Lemieux
Racing TC Class where allowed with what I have.