Originally Posted by Bigdank
People are always amazed when i tell them that i installed my suspension lift by myself with a little help from my cousin. I installed my 4 inch suspension lift in my garage (house garage) with limited tools. I used some neumatic tools, which were an air gun and an air ratchet, which was nice but they wernt necessary. But mainly i just used sockets and a wrench. Also, i used a breaker bar and some jack stands. To take off the rivets i used a Sawzall a constant flow of some DubD and a torch which was nice but not necessary (that was the worst part). Thats all it took for me to install my own lift. Took me approximatly 2 days. So get out there and install your own lift.
Just a sawzall, not a grinder for the rivets? Impressive.
I also did my original lift myself, with the help of a few friends, a couple Boxes of Joe, a lot of donuts & pizza, and beer.
When I took off that lift, it was pretty much by myself, with my father in law being my jackman.