I sugest, as many others will. That you buy the tools, (Craftsman) Search MUD for details and tips. Buy a 12 pack and invite a couple friends over, under 4 hours, DONE. none of it is really that difficult. Hardest part is the rear shocks. get the 3/4 ratchet that others have recomended. Be sure to get an alignment afterword. Recheck that everything is tight after a few days of driving and again a month later. Really it's not hard. Oh and get a big pry bar.
There are def some guys around the high point area who I know would prob help you out. otherwise you could have 4wheel parts in charlott or raleigh do it. They may hestiate a little since they didnt sell it to you but hell these days as long as it keeps em working you are prob good.