Installation was a breeze and removing the OME was pretty easy too, no extended studs, etc to deal with. Also the bottom of the Hoes are slightly smaller making installation easier. Just remember to put in the top and tighten 2 nuts on the Hoes, they have a heim type joint at the top making moving it breeze compared to the stock or OME top plates.
Here is a Hoe compared to the OME strut.
I noticed that the Hoes are sligtly longer than the OME strut extended, about 3/8" longer (1/8" longer than with the Toyotec top spacer on the OME). SO probably 1/2" or so longer than stock, yet no issue with the A-Arm binding or rubbing against the coilover.
One thing to note is the way to mount the bottom of the Hoe. The long spacer is towards the front and NOT the back as on the 3rd Gen 4R/Tacos. This leaves planty of clearance for the swaybar and driveshaft.
Part of the kit is a swaybar relocator, which bolts into the stock frame location and moves the swyabar mount forward by 1/2" or so and down by 3/8" - 1/2" or so.