It came packaged nicely in a stiff cardboard tube with foam spacers to protect the bar. She got it from Stylin' Trucks and they packed it in a sturdy box with bubble wrap.
The whole installation took about 45 minutes. I decised not to use the screw-on mounts and used the provided double-sided tape. I had some extra 3m double-sided tape and put it on two additional spots on the bar for some extra strength. In hindsight, I could have bought a trailer wiring adapter and plugged the 4-pin connector in, but I just tapped off the color-coded trailer harness and plugged into the Putco harness with bullet-type quick disconnects. I also used one of these connectors for the reverse light wire.
This light bar is one of the more expensive ones out there, but it is very high quality and I am happy with it.
Edited by Harvey Halabookie, 04 December 2010 - 11:08 AM.