Sorry it took so long to get these up... It's been a crazy week... Let me start by saying how amazed I am at the difference this made. My suspension is COMPLETELY stock at the time of install (the lowering kit was back ordered). I decided to do this with out a lift, as usual, a lift would be easier, but knowing I was going to be doing a write up I decided to se how bad it would be to install like we all would do. Total time was less than two hours for Front and Rear, it would have been less if I didn't stop for pics. Tools Needed: You can do this with a basic tool set, no special tools needed. - SAE Socket Set - SAE Wrenches - SAE Allen Set Here is the kit as it arrived: Kit includes F/R bars, new end links for the front, and new bushings for the F and R. Also includes grease for fittings, basic instructions, and of course STICKERS!! Passenger Side with wheel off. My end links were showing some sign of needing replacement, soft and brittle. Bushings appeared to be in good condition. Close up view of OEM vs Eibach End Links... You can see the Eibach ones are shorter, getting ready for the 2" drop. I was concerned about this, but it worked out when the truck was level. Taking the end link out was easy, I used a vice grip to hold the top of the link, and a ratchet from the bottom of the end link to remove. Front bushings came out easily by removing both bolts on retaining strap. Old vs New Bushings. Make sure to grease new bushings with the supplied grease, the more the better... all spots where the metal touches the red. Front Sway Bar should come out easily from either side... Old vs New Front Bar Installation was reverse of removal. You can see the angle of the end links. This would work itself out when the truck is lowered. Make sure you check The rears are even easier, the end links are reused. One tip, make sure you raise your truck WITHOUT compressing the suspension. taking the tension off the rear sway bar makes this easier and quicker. While chocking the front tires, and using jack stands, i jacked up my truck from the back (tow bar) If you have a lift, this is where it comes in handy. End links are removed by using a wrench on the nut while holding the bolt with an allen key in the end of the bolt. If you don't have a set of Allen keys, use a pair of vice grip pliers to hold the bolt from spinning. If you don't have any of these, you shouldn't be trying this yourself. Rear Bushings are remved the same as the front.