The only thing I have done is talk with the sales rep at FR. It involves detatching the suspension from the TT and adding the steel plates that raise the suspension 3 inches. She stated that the kit comes with instructions, of course. I asked her the about the difficulty factor and she stated that it was not too bad if you have the tools and have a moderate degree of mechanical ability. I teach automotive at a technical college so I am not worried about the difficulty. On the other hand, if you are not intimidated by removing large pieces of suspension I really think it would be a fun project. I am thinking you would have to have a floor jack and jack stands, 1/2 inch drive socket set, wrenches and friend or two to muscle the suspension that last 1/8 of an inch it always takes.
The above information will apply to the average person but since I am a government employee the rules differ for me. Even though I will be doing the install in my driveway, at my house, on my own time I will have to have the following:
enviromental impact statement
MSDS sheets on hand
full body armor
a minimum of three supervisors
six hours of paper work, in triplicate
P.O number for the kit
at least three bids from competing companies
two more hours of paperwork
release from liability forms signed off by no less than five supervisors
institutional effectivness worksheet
two point seven more hours of paperwork (man, I can hear the rain forest screaming)
and a whole bunch of other bovine by-product that you folks who don't work for the government don't know about.