I didn't see one of these builds when I was looking for install reference so here it is. NOTE: I will be updating this post and editing it with more specific photos.
First I must say Rokmen prefers you call them to talk thru any problems or to get directions. I recommend doing so. The were able to explain the kit well. This is just my personal experience.
After researching for several months I pulled the trigger with my vacation payout. I looked and looked and looked at the builds on Rokmens site. I felt very familiar with the install before I began.
The kit comes in two big boxes. The first box has two bent tubes, the top fender pieces, and the sides. The second box comes with the inner fenders battery tray and a small box with screws the grate inserts, battery tie downs, two brackets to connect the inner fenders to the back of the grill, and the two bracket that come on the side of the grill.
below is a pic form Rokmens site with some of the parts:
The kit reuses some of the factory bolts and provides some new hardware.
THERE AR NO INSTRUCTIONS THAT COME WITH THE KIT. Again, Rokmen prefers you call them for personal directions. They told me to lay the kit and the hardware out in groups and it will make sense. I did like they said and it made perfect sense to me. Again, this kit is well though out.
Note: The plastic trim for the cut hood is not part of the kit. You can purchase this from Rokmen or AutoZone has it. I personally wish the kit came with it.
If your going to paint your own kit. I was able to use 2 cans of primer and 2 cans of enamel. I wish I had an other can of both before I started.
I hear a bunch of people say they don't like that Rokmens kit has to be welded together. Why not buy a welded kit. For one price. For two it allows you the freedom to adjust every aspect of the kit. This was nice for me since my Jeep had been in an accident before and things were a tinch off.
Here's the inner fenders painted: