You'll be fine, the only real issue is getting the LCA nuts loose, & torqued back up as it can be hard to get leverage. I used ramps (post #4 on this thread) and that made it easy. If you're just doing springs & shocks you can leave the LCAs alone, it's best to get them loose while you put the springs on and then torque them back up when the springs are back on (do this while the Jeep is on ramps or on the ground). But it's not a must, although adding the longer Mopar lift LCAs in the near future would be what I'd recommend to keep your caster proper.Sorry if this has been asked a million times. Can’t help but have some reservation about doing the rubicon installation myself (springs, shocks) along with teraflex spacer 1/2inch and mopar longer lca. I have a floor jack, two jack stands (up to 18”), impact wrench and sockets.
I have done coilover installation on a miata before. I guess I’m just seeking reassurance lol
thanks for listening