The working mechanism looks easy to take off from below, with the exception you need to do some contortionalizing. The bolts have 9/16 heads and nuts, and the nuts are keeper nuts so you have to turn them until the threads are clear. Only real problem is the nut is on the inside of frame rail, and the bolt head on the outside, so you have to be clever to do this w/one person. Other than that its just an electrical connector that unplugs and what looks like a simple bolt for the extension rod.
If you want to make your steering side ready for the steering stiffener upgrade, replace the forward two bolts on the DS w/ 3/8 or 5/16x1 grade 8 bolts (instead of the tall headed flange-bolt WRV used). This should allow the heads to clear the stiffener bracket cleanly when you get to installing that upgrade.
Baja-tested '08 2-slide 36'
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