Installation of the rear bar took me a couple hours.
After lowering the exhaust and EB cables and unbolting the bar it just took some calculated moving the bar around to get one side in front of the spring to get the bar out.
All I can say is be careful not to bend up the bar bushing brackets when you remove them from the old bar. I tweaked one of them to the point where it made getting it back on more difficult than it needed to be.
The fact that the end link holes are a close fit it also helps to get the powder coat out of the adjustment hole you will use so the end link easily fits through.
I realize with the subframe in the way the front will be a little harder to do but after feeling the results from just the rear I can't wait.