Well... I'll sum this project up as being one big PITA!
Bottom line is I ended up going to my local dealer and picked up 4 new Husky stab jacks and installed them accordingly. The base on the LoPro's were too wide for the 4" pivot bolt supplied with the kit. The new Husky jacks are amazingly better in every way than the BAL LoPro's. If you need new jacks take serious consideration to these units - they are AWESOME and extremely HEAVY DUTY! The rigidity of these Husky stabilizers greatly complement the Strong Arms.
Amazon.com: Husky 76862 24 Stabilizing Scissor Jack - Set of 2: Automotive
In summary, the JT Strong Arms are very solid in construction and well built. The instructions that come in the kit will serve better as fire starter, i'm sure. In addition I have two BAL Extended Chocks and locked the JT Arms per the instructions and it did take out a lot of the movement. I will cast a more accurate judgement on the overall value of this kit after a trip or two with the family. My 3 kids will be the true test...
Also, if you have a friend or someone you know who is willing and able to install them for you, trust me, it will be worth "every" nickle or beer(s) you give them to do so. I am an extremely handy DIY'er and this was just a pain.
All the best!