I did the install this weekend, took about 4 hours, 1st side took 3, second took about 1. The results: awesome!! I didn't even remove the pack from the truck to install them. Just did a little bending on the rear clamp and slid them into the front clamp. Allign holes and reattach. Needed to cut the spring pack bolt to get the bump stop back on. They get me about 2.5" lift (all of which was needed) and got the springs off the overload leaf so the ride is actually nicer. Reused the stock U-bolts. Cost me 60 somthing bucks from 4wheelparts. FINALLY a cheaper solution to the saggy butt that doesn't take a junk yard visit and lot of time. We'll see how much they settle but I'd rather none at all. I'll put some pics up soon. (3 Bananas) -John
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