got the kit from U.A.S. took about a week to get it done buts that also just me working on it a few hours a nite.
remove the rear seat and the trunk lining
the kit farely easy to install i think if you can install a radio and change your own brakes you can do this!!!
next remove the struts. there is a cap on the strut you can remove it i just ground it down untill the bag fit over it easly.
the bag has a top and bottom plate thats held on with 2 bolts plate with big hole on the bottom, small bolt on the top.
slide the bag over the strut bolt the top plate back on. on the front the make sure the air inlet is on the bottom. you will have to cut a notch out of the lower spring seat to make room for the inlet. heres the front bag after the install.
the rear tis much the same as above. you do have to notch the rear to but the inlet is on the top side.
as far as the air lines i ran them under the carpet up to the front. drilled a hole in the box framing under the bottom door seal its hollow and leads up into the finderwell, drilled a hole in the lower part of the finder. (sorry no pic) this is the only one i got
for the rear i just found a good spot to put a hole on each side put some rubber garmets in all the holes and run the lines threw. leave you self a little slack in the lines if you need it for later. kit comes 50 foot i had about 12 foot left over.
the valves are easy to put together and wire up, you only have to attach a power and ground 18 ga wire is what i used, theres arrows on the valves to let you know witch way the air flows. now you can do this any way you want this is just how i did it. i mounted all the valves on a board and mounted it to the back seat. the long line on the top is rear and the 2 on the sides are the fronts. the box in the middle is the switch box you wire the valves to it, the box is labeled what wires go where. then all you do is ground them.