Yeah, those camber links are bigger than what you might expect. I didn't do the install myself. I had a shop do it with the install of my original coilovers some time ago. It's a piece of cake though and if I had to do it now I would, no problem. All you need are some jack stands, a torque wrench (if you want to go the correct way), an allen wrench (5mm), and some wrenches (14mm, 17, 19, 24). I have heard some people having a hard time with the endlinks, even snapping them, so be careful. If everything goes smoothly, I estimate under or about an hours time if your good or have an extra set of hands and tools.