Super easy. Mine had a broken sway bar link when I bought it. Pretty inexpensive and took me all of 10 minutes to change it. If you work on engines, this will be a breeze for you. Do yourself a favor, if you can afford it, and go with quick disconnects. I didn't and now I've got to change mine again. Stock sway bar links cost me I think $35, and you can get disco's for around a $100 or less. Come to think of it, there are several write ups on here about how to make homemade disco's. Just look in the search bar for it.