It's not hard at all. I will look for some of my directions on the lift I think I posted them. I will post back after searching.This is what I found from the install:
You don't need to worry about the fuel lines or anything. If you have a manual I think you need to trim under the shifter boot. I have an auto so nothing else. Just follow the directions.
It was not difficult but it took me a while to install because my vertigo is still acting up after my accident. It looks just like I had hoped and no issues. I painted the back tailgate area black. I lifted the back bumper 1 inch so it will not be noticeable when completed.
I have a couple tips for those that go this route. Body Lift Tips
1. The factory has retainer washers on the long bolts so I used my wash brush (you could use anything)to put pressure on the large washer once it felt loose. Otherwise the bolt just keeps spinning and would not come out on several of the bolts.
2. I used a 2x4 and that same brush with a 3/4" box end wrench to knock out the studs on the factory body mounts. It took me several tries to find a good way to get them out. In the end I was able to whack them out with 3-4 blows with the hammer. I used the 2x4 to flatten the metal back straight after you get the studs out. (See pic below)
Here is what I have now. Working the Plan!!!
Front grill :
orange paint rear gap:
Stealth Body Lift! :synister: Bumper right back to original height. You can see here that my side brackets are up one bolt hole. If you look closely you can see the bottom hole open now.
I got this part from I guy I think it was: Shortbus
To remove the gap in the bumper:
Items you will need:
13/32 Drill Bit
10mm-1.5 nuts (2)
Lock Washers (2)
First remove your rear bumper and all four brackets from the bumper. Take the side brackets and mount them to the frame by shifting the lower bracket bolt hole to the upper hole in the frame. This will shift your side mounting brackets up about one inch. Now mark where you will need to drill the new upper hole. Drill the new hole and place the original bolt through the frame. Place one lock washer on, and then the nut. You have plenty of room for your hand to thread the nut. The lock washer will keep the nut from spinning while retorqueing the bolt. Repeat on the other side.