Originally Posted by Glennwil
...,if anybody has done this themselves let me know have difficult this is .
I did it myself this past summer...you need the tools to get it done; wrench/rachet set, heavy duty jack stands, 4x4/6x6 wood blocking blocking and at least a 10 ton bottle jack. Also a close-to level spot with concrete/ashalt paving.
Check the axle ratings: Its on the info plate on the axle tube and call Dexter to discuss. Axles rated over 6K need new welded spring perches. Mine didn't need to be welded so I bought the Dexter flip/convert kits.
Do research...you can't just roll the axle tubes over and the shocks (if equipped) will need new frame brackets to attach to.
All in all...not too difficult if you have the tools...I did it myself with no help in 1 day. Cost me $120. I you decide to do it, feel free to PM me and I'll be glad to help. The prices to have it done are $400+ at least around NC.