That's about the answer i expected. I've only done suspension lifts on jeeps, and tons of car work. I've never put a BL on. I've got a shop with a lift and plenty of tools so hopefully that makes life easier. Two dudes and a few brews should get it done!That's close to a correct estimate because every lift install varies.
How many people are helping? What tools do you have? Is there rust? Does all the hardware fit correctly? Etc.
Things almost always go wrong. If I think a project will take 3 hours I plan for it to take 6 lol. To be safe, I would set a whole day aside to do a BL. Don't start Sunday at 3, work until dark, not finish, then not have a car for work Monday (for example).
Thanks! I should have everything Wednesday but probably won't get to it till next weekend. I'll keep ya posted!With a full shop, air tools, and some friends that will definitely speed up the process. I've never put one on either but I've heard from other on here doing a BL is actually the "simpler" lift. Its just making sure everything that needs to be disconnected is and that is gets reconnected at the end that's the hard part.
Good luck man!
Thanks! Snapped the end off one of the heater core pipes, just looped the hoses until I have a free long afternoon.