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i had the same problem as you with the springs, you have to put the back bolt in first then take a small jack and put it in the center of the spring without the axle there and jack it until it stretches into the shackle. If i ever had to do it again, id spend an extra 200 bucks on a better lift kit, wasnt to impressed by the rough country although it was cheap.
The pitman arm will come off, with a combination of soaking it, very moderate torching and the puller will make it slide off, but it will be a pita. mine was rusted on solid. be careful not to cook the seals in the gear box when using the torch tho
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