Installation is pretty easy, but does involve jacking up the Jeep, securely placing the frame on jackstands, removing the tires, removing the coils, and cycling the suspension with a floor jack. We started up front with the lower control arms. One key is to only remove one arm at a time and be ready to push or pull on the axle so holes will line up. A ratchet strap can be used to move the axle around if necessary. Here is the first arm we pulled. Use a tape measure and the stock arm to set the length of your control arm unless you are going for a budget stretch or adjusting pinion angles or caster.