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For this kit there's a lot of cutting and welding going on, so we don't consider it a backyard job. After removing the stock shocks, coils, track bar, and locating arms, the real work begins. The basic idea is to cut off any offending bracket such as the front upper and lower control-arm brackets on the frame, and the upper brackets on the axle if you want it to look clean. Only the lower front-axle brackets are retained.