Thought I would put in my 2 cents from my install yesterday afternoon. Took about 2 hours, plus a trip to the hardware store to buy bolts/nuts/washers. I found that after wrenching the bolts into the hex nuts (that go in the top of the frame):
1. They weren't long enough as installed with the Mopar instructions. I considered not using the top plate between the hex nuts and the frame. After getting them all put together, wrenching to 35ft lbs stripped the threads out of the washer. Disappointed at that, and the general quality of the bolts. Went to the hardware store and picked up same sized (but longer) stainless bolts, washers and nuts... then was able to use a crescent wrench to hold the nuts while I tighted up without any disappointing washer stripping.
So 3 hours in total, they look good, but I am disappointed in how SHORT Mopar made the bolts, and not crazy about the hex nuts design with the 3 points that is a PIA to stop from moving. Who thought of that?
They do look good though, and I'll be using them a lot I think!