how hard was it to put the left kit on and is there any change how it drives
I'm a proud owner of this lift. It is well worth it. Instructions are good and its easy to follow. I had a 4x4 shop owner help me install mine, and he was impressed with the lift. He said it was of very good quality and built to last a long time. The install is not hard, but it will take some time: around 4 hours likely.
I notice a big difference in the look. No difference in driving, other than feeling like you are up in a crow's nest, looking down on others. Realistically, an 1 1/2 does not sound like much of a gain. However, in riding the trails, it DOES make a considerable difference. A couple of obstacles I used to scrap, are now cleared no problem. Your mileage may vary, but I love this lift!
2015 Cherokee Trailhawk:
Granite Crystal, 3.2L V6, 8.4 Nav, black leather, sunroof, tow, tech, comfort/conv, no hood decal, 9 speakers, CD player, Maximum Care lifetime warranty, Mopar first aid kit, rear rubber cargo mat, Thule Aeroblade cross bars (black), Thule Rapid Aero feet, Kuat Vagabond X cargo basket, RRO rock rails with smooth covers, Mopar door sills, Raingler ceiling net, Raingler seat headrest handles, MFC aluminum lift kit, RRO winch bar and Warn M8000S winch, BFG T/A KO2s