Yup, but not directly related to installing any of that. Once my truck was covered in snow, I decided it was better to work on something else.
In addition to a bunch of housework, I cleaned a lot of stuff out of my garage. I've got things back to a point where I can finish the interior work I started a long time ago, which will free up more space and make it a much better place to work.
It's a standard 20'x20' two stall garage, which means there's not much depth for working on the truck if anything is on the inside wall. I've got two metal cabinets that I need to mount on wheels so I can move them and my toolbox to the side of the shop, freeing up more depth. Once I have that done, the suspension work will be much easier.
I also need to mount an overhead hose reel for compressed air, hang two more lights, insulate the ceiling, re-tape the sheetrock, and paint everything, but that can wait until after the truck is riding high.
At least I found a home for an ice ax a friend gave me.