As long as you have the tools and know the torque spec for the mounting hardware it is pretty straight forward. The torque spec for my Ford F53 is 260 lb ft for the upper a lower bolts. When I replaced my shocks I didn't know the spec, just used an electric impact to removed and install. A word of caution, the stabilizing jacks are not design to be used for working under the coach. The manual for your jacks should tell you that. When I need to raise mine to work under I always use jack stands. I have a set from Harbor Freight rated at 12 ton for the pair, you can also use heavy timbers. Be safe.
Chuck & Teri, 1999 35 ft. Dolphin 5350, F53 Chassis with tag axle, Chassis build date 1/99 in Mexico, Banks System, Trans Command, Air Lift Air Bags on rear, Koni Shocks, Blue OX TruCenter, TigerTrak track bars front and rear, Roadmaster 1-3/4" rear auxiliary sway bar, 2013 VW Passat TDI SEL Premium, 1994 36 ft. Avion 5th Wheel. FMCA #F430129