First let me say that I was able use a space in a local auto garage. This was a major benefit since most the parts on my Jeep are stock and have never been touched, so it seems. If I had to do this in my garage on the floor it would have been a week long project after work.
Starting with the parts in the kit, they were all there plus some I didn't need at all. (The ones for "if this model then use that part.) For the most part everything went well but it still took a buddy and me a full 8 hours to do. Here is where i have to add that there were some issues do to old bolts breaking, nuts coming lose in the frame, things like that...otherwise it may have been a 5-6 hour job. Anyway, I guess the only things to really mention would be these:
1. The front bracket for the track bar didn't properly fit around the OEM bracket. We had to grind off about 1/2" total to get it on then ended up welding it since we didn't have a drill bit strong enough to get through the OEM bracket for the upper bolt.
2.The rear track bar bracket extension reuses the original bolts. The only issue I have here is that you can't reverse the bolt so that the head is near the gas tank. This is a design issue from Jeep and NOT from Fabtech. I only bring this up because a few weeks ago I had the rear sway bar bolt break on the driver side and because that bolt is threaded front-to-back it poked a hole in my fuel tank.
3.I have a manual transmission and the linkage for the 4-low got jammed on the front bracket bolt. We managed to fix this by simply drilling a new hole to realign things.
Overall I think this is a solid kit and is money well spent. I would recommend this to others and would definetly look at Fabtech again in the future. I'll try to post pics later but for now I can't since I'm still pretty new here.