After a few months of having the lift, I finally got it installed. Took ~6 hours total by myself and another 2 hours today re-tightening the rear shocks and adjusting the track bar (PITA by yourself fyi).
Lift was OME HD springs (3" of lift measured, but will probably wear in to 2.5"), mx-6 shocks and a jks adjustable track bar.
I know, and I really tried to put them in the right way, HOWEVER (ugh), the freakin bushings on the adjuster end were thicker than the other and would not go in at all. I spent at least a good 30 minutes trying to force the bushing in and it just wouldn't budge. How easy did yours go in (because maybe kolak ordered me the wrong ones...)? I thought monotubes could go in either way though?
From pro-comps site:
Are the MX6 shocks really made to be mounted upside down?
We recommend the shock be mounted body up but it can be mounted either way. The MX6 shocks are a mono-tube design; the operating part of the shock is moving up and down in a single tube. Should the tube be dented or damaged, the shock will not function and will require replacement. By mounting the shock upside down the body or tube is tucked out of harms way.
So it's fine, they recommend to install it like that so that it doesn't get damaged I guess.