**I will have wrench sizes later tonight if needed**
What you will need:
-1/2 in socket wrench
-1/4 in socket wrench & 6+in extension
-(2)2+ ton jack stands
Step 1: Lift the rear of truck via frame and support with jack stands. (easy part)
Step 2: Remove lower shock bolt. (smack it a few times and it will come out)
Step 3: Remove both upper shock bolts. (extension comes in handy here)
(late pic but still works)
Step 4: Remove stock shock. Repeat for other side.
Step 5: Install new shock and hand tighten upper bolts to hold shock in place.
Step 6: Install lower shock bolt.
Step 7: Tighten upper bolts. Torque them down good. Tighter is better.
Step 8: Tighten lower bolt. Torque it down good as well. Repeat for other side.
Step 1: Lift up and support front end of truck..
Step 2: Remove front tires.
Step 3: Remove up shock bolt. (requires torx style bolt to hold bolt still) Use open ended wrench to remove bolt.
Step 4: Remove lower bolt.
Step 5: Place new shock and re-insert lower bolt. (do not tighten)
Step 6: Place new bushing on upper bolt and tighten down good. (different shocks will need a diffrent tool to hold upper bolt still)
Step 7: Tighten lower bolt real good.
If i missed anything let me know so i can fix it.