I had help to install mine, and with two people it is easy. After doing it, I could easily do it by myself a second time, and have had mine off and on since by myself. But for the initial install I would recommend having an extra pair of hands if possible.
I never had any problem with the nutserts, just get them tight. Don't use any thread locker on the bolts, otherwise you will have a problem should you ever have to remove them.
If you need another nutsert "tool" you can make your own easily with a bolt, nut, and star washer, just copy the one provided. I've used a bolt and lock washer in the past for nutserts.
Use a step drill to drill the holes in the body, it is much easier than a regular drill bit, and will prevent the possibility of ripping up the body work. If you don't have one, you can pick one up at Harbor Freight for $8 or so that will do the job just fine. In a few places you have to drill through the an inner piece of steel also, but it is all easy.
I found the stock body mount bolts a little bit of a pain to get out, as they seem to spin freely, just apply a little downward pressure on the washers and they will come out just fine. Same for putting the new bolts in, I found it easier to use a drill driver and apply a little ipward pressure and then they go in real easy.
Last edited by PhilD; 02-27-2008 at 11:42 AM.