I was driving home and some drunk A$$ hole decieded to T-bone me. Luckily he had a nice small volvo, and my truck won!! As you can see the damage is limited to the steps and a dent in the rocker. Some scratches too, but they match all the ones from off-roading.The Money for this little bang up would sets the wheels in motion so to speak, for all of my mods. In my repairs for this, I removed the steps. Sanded down and painted the rockers with textured bed spray material. There are pictures of this coming up... But Next is the lift!The quick dirty on how to do the rear lift: I put the floor jack under the diff and jacked the rear of the truck. Placed Jack stands under the frame rails in front of the rear tires. Unbolted and removed the rear shocks. I then lowered the jack, all the way down, which freed up the factory coils.... took 'em out. Compressed down the OME coils and slid them in. Removed the coil compressors. Then raise the jack again and install the new shocks. Lower the truck back down. Sounds pretty easy right, it was.How to raise the front of the vehicle: Jack up the front of the truck. Locate the bolt adjustments at the back of the torsion bars, about in line with the back of the front doors (under the truck lol). Lossen the jam nut on the top of the bolt. Put an open end wrench on the inner nut, a socket on the bolt and start tightening. Count how many revolutions you do per side to try to keep the lift equal. I think I did 20 turns, if I remember right. You will not see the benefit of the lift at this time. When you are done turning the bolts, tighten the jam nuts down again. Lower the truck and take her for a spin around the block. By the time you get back that is your new ride hieght. If you are happy you are done, if you want it higher tighten 'em more! Measure the hieght of the truck before and after so you can monitor your gain. WHEN YOU ARE DONE GET AN ALIGNMENT!!!!! I didn't get the alignment and it caused my inner and outer tie rods, pitman arm, and idler arm to wear super quick, also caused uneven wear on the tires! GOOD LUCK!!