Ok, onto the rear, you need to drill, and weld(before offroading it, couple days on road is fine). I drilled....but need a 220 outlet still, so well get back to that in a sec.
Support your rig again so you can drop the rear axle, remove the sway bar links, trackbar, shocks, and springs:
I only removed the bottom nut on my swaybar links. I then just pushed the bar and links way up out of the way. I chose to use my links cause there adjustable. RK supplies really thick nice ones set at the height you need, the bar is pretty much at 0 degrees which is where you want the rear. (i like the rear at 0, and the front at about -5)
Then youll remove the rear lower control arms. Here is a side by side of the rears, stock vs RK:
Now we go check out the super fat rear trackbar relocation bracket. This is what requires drilling and welding. Youll need a 1/2" drill bit, and a 10mm drill bit. There are two holes youll drill in the factory mount, as follows:
one on the side here:
i wish I could draw an arrow, its the hole closest to the axle tube
and then the 10mm hole on the top, like this:
Then were ready to bolt on the new mount RK supplies:
WHen you do this, you will see the mount cradles the axle tube. There is also a little bit of space between the tube and the mount. Had the mount gone all the way to the axle tube, it would hit the factory welds and not seat correctly, so this is normal. When you weld it, the space will be filled easily.
Then I put in the trackbar:
Then rear springs:
stock vs RK
you can also see the trackbar side hole good here
Then you install your shocks, and sway bar links. Rear stainless brakelines are also supplied, for next week I guess.
Put the tires on, lower it onto the ground, and tighten the tracbar and LCA's.
Its done, pretty easy install, myself in about 4 hours total. While drinking massive amounts of beer, so my test drive happened today, it was perfect. Goes and stops straight, the ride is.....well night and day better. I also cant feel the curb I run over getting into my driveway now. Im very very happy, and wil have some forklift flexy shots tomorrow when I go back to work.