No problem. The front was more difficult than the rear. You don't have to take the axel nut loose as it says in the directions. I was able to just take a punch and hammer and tap next to the ball joints to get them to pop out of the hub. Now as far as pressing the ball joints out of the a arms... have fun... I messed one up pressing it out and had to order a new ball joint. Those suckers are in there like swim wear! I was very happy I put these a arms on because I got to see how bad the stock setup was. I just bought mine new at the end of May and there was sand and dirt packed in the a arm bushings with zero signs of grease. With these new ones I can keep them greased and they should last a long time.Thanks for the reply. I had to go with more on the rear as well.
Mine is wider because I have two inch spacers. I guess when adding this kit you will end up being wider since it requires a 1 inch spacer minimum if you run factory wheels. I prefer the wider stance myself. Loving mine, haven't had any issues at all.The stance looks a little wider than stock, or is it just an optical illusion?