I just completed my Superlift install project.
Below is a link to a PDF of the Superlift instructions marked up with my comments https://www.dropbox.com/s/4iimovkyld...k358_notes.pdf
You'll need to open the file in Acrobat Reader or some application that lets you view markup and comments so you can see all of my notes that clarify or explain the steps.
I had a buddy with a hoist and air tools help me out and we got most of the job done within a day. We would have fully finished in a day if:
a) Superlift hadn't left the sway bar links out of the kit
b) I had thought to do an inventory of parts in the box more than a week before my install date
c) The courier company had not fumbled the delivery of said missing sway bar links in time for my install date
d) Superlift had included instructions for the new sway bar links when they did arrive
It's a really long story, but the upshot is that I ended up reinstalling the sway bar links a few times because the instructions in the kit (and on the website) described the older sway bar link design. In the end, I had to call Superlift tech support last Monday for the real story. Turns out that you have to turn your sway bar upside down to make the new sway bar links work.
I also ended up having to pay for two alignments because the Superlift specs for ride height in their current instructions are wrong. (3" to 4" is correct, 4.25" is wrong!)
Oh, and the truck looks like this now, with ATX Ledge 16x8 wheels and 305/70r16 Dick Cepek Fun Country IIs : https://www.dropbox.com/s/nh03q9bf71..._superlift.jpg