Installing Early Classic Enterprises trailing arm kit was a breeze; it was removing all the rusty old parts from the Chevy that was a real bear. There's two ways to go about removing the stock trailing arms. If a person doesn't have access to a hoist and has to rely on a floor jack and jack stands the first step is to remove the bed and then raise the rear end of the truck into the air as high as possible to gain access. We chose to raise the Chevy on a hoist, and work from underneath, which is by far the easiest way to do the job. Not having a hoist at home we put in a quick call to Kevin and Steve at KA Custom in Huntington Beach, California, and asked if they wouldn't mind revealing some tricks-of-the-trade we could reveal to our readers who like to do the work themselves.