You can do it yourself, they are held on with screws or bolts and there should be stock bumpers underneath. There will be holes left so you'll need to cover with trim molding or maybe get rocker panels or vinyl stickers to cover up. Could also have body shop fill them and maybe go with non-stick coating on the belly. Also, if your rear end is now quite a bit higher than the front it's pretty easy to adjust the torsion bars on these to raise the front, but you'll need to check the alignment after it's raised.finally took it to a semi local spring and suspension place and had two more leaves put in the spring packs. new rear shocks and bumpstops and it rides like a dream now. Thinking spring for pulling the ground effects??