Made using 7075-t6 and machined polished. these towers are 9mm thick. Designed to withstand the hardest bashing. this design is proven to be super tough. Guys, I highly advise that you pay attention how you disassemble the existing towers. There is a lot of hardware in these kits with different length screws and it does make a difference where the screws go. I would get a pc. of cardboard and as you take screws out, push them into the cardboard. This will make reassembly much easier. I would also mark the top body post bracket with a magic marker as it could be confusing which is the front. Also when I assembled this used truck I found quite a few bent screws as RC DUDE 81 puts his gear thru the toughest test. Replace the bent or damaged screws as you go.
TIP. take pics with you phone of disassembly as you go.
I would start by remove the bumper
remove the top shock cap mounts. ( be careful when pulling the shock off the post as shock bushing is very easy to lose)
swing the shocks out of the way.
remove the left rear tire.
Remove the (4) screws that that hold the wing mount on.
Remove the (4 ) shock tower screws.
Remove the upper shock tower body support braket.
For assembly reverse the process.