Some tidbits : the RC lift has steel spacers as opposed to another brand that at one time used a poly spacer - that is a good thing.
The spacers are basically two steel flanges that are spaced apart by the steel cup. On the front, the strut studs go up into the spacer and bolts up, putting the spacer on top of the strut. The assembly then bolts up into the strut pocket in the uni-body. The strut studs may need to be ground down about a 1/2 in. or so to fit into the spacer. No big deal really.
A spring compressor will come in handy. Its not a necessity but I used one and it makes it a lot easier.
Make sure you get an alignment after install. The instructions in my kit did not mention this.
Check all bolts after you drive it for a couple of days to make sure everything is tight.
This would be the time to change out the shocks and or struts also. I didnt need to but its something to think about.
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