2019 Max and just installed the Rt lift and axle Stenders and here were my observations. First I was pleased but frustrated with Can Am's zealous use of loctite on most of the bolts. I had to use a breaker bar on the axle nut, caliper bolts, and 8 sway bar bolts which took about 20 min longer than it should have taken. I struggled installing the wrap around brackets on the frame for the rear mounts. I was able to get them in place and tap them up with a hammer. The air inlet hose and wires in the front near the cross bracket were all really tight and I'm going to look at adding some extra loom at the points where it touches the brackets. I had to drill out a new hole in the rear for the breather tube as the bracket installs over the old one. It took me about 3 hours total by myself to install the lift and about another 2 hours to install the Stenders. My front axles were fine but in the rear I had to pry the shocks up into place. After the stenders were installed I had about 3/4 of an inch to pull the swing arms up and install the bolts so they worked perfect to stop any binding. I'm running the softest setting in the rear and one position up in the front and I'll report back on how it rides. I have the basic collar preload gas struts on the base model. Overall I'm happy, I have 13" clearance in the front and 12" in the rear with the stock shocks.