The lift kit arrived and I finally got around to installing it; it hasn't been a priority because the trailer has been at the dealership since last August for warranty work. They have basically been storing it due to parts shortage, DOA parts, etc. No worries on my part as I was out of the country, its winter, etc.
Here is the hitch without the lift kit. I use a hoist to install/remove the hitch from the truck alone as it is to heavy for one person to lift.
Here's what came in the box:
Here you can see the hitch, with its standard rail system removed, and where the lift kit is installed.
Here is the hitch with the lift kit installed. Nothing to exciting, torque bolts to 75lbs, which seems to be the torque of the rest of the frame bolts as well. This should bring me to 6" of space. I am excited to hook it up and check everything out and wonder if I will need to move the springs to the top of the axles; but ultimately will probably make it more "off road" friendly.