Emailed them to get some answers on the trunion mounts and if the shocks can run inverted.
I have done some reading and from what I can gather a "mono-tube" shock design can run inverted.
From another site:
"Mounting Shocks "rod end down":
Our shocks (Shockwave or Coil Over) are a monotube design. . .so there is oil around the piston and valves and nitrogen nearest the bearing on the body end. There is a dividing piston that keeps the oil and nitrogen separate (so you don't get cavitation as there is no air in the oil).
As the nitrogen is constantly pressurizing the oil the shock does not care which way you mount it."
[This message has been edited by Bridgetown (edited 03-30-2014).]