Well, sort of: The rear links seem like overkill to me unless you're going for absolute flex and offroad capability (or your lower link bushings are already shot). And, like egagnon said up above, you can't take advantage of a good lift without getting a bent upper arm to clear the gas tank - which this kit does not include. I'm not sure what your plans are, but personally I wouldn't go that far unless I wanted a fairly dedicated trail truck or just had money to burn. The front torsion bars are stiffer than stock, and cranked stock bars are plenty stiff. I wouldn't change them unless I was putting on a winch or a heavy front bumper. The rest of the parts are available elsewhere a-la-cart, and you can achieve your lift for far less than $2200. I lifted my '98 Amigo - with the same exact suspension - about 2.5" for less than $400 including new rear springs, all 4 shocks, and manual hubs. I did not do links or swaybar bushings. The brake lines didn't need to be replaced, and the only special tool I needed was an angle grinder. IMHO, anything much higher than 2.5" puts the front suspension just about at its limit for downtravel and the ride just gets harsh. It's a limitation of the front suspension design.
And you do realize, that even if you get 3" of suspension lift and manage another 3" of body lift, you still probably won't fit any larger than 32" tires without trimming the front fenders? What are you hoping to end up with? I don't want to discourage you from doing what you want to do, but I don't want to see you drop $2200 and find out you can still only run stock tires.
98 Amigo, 2.2 5sp 4x4, 4.77 gears and factory LSD.
Power nothing - No power windows, no power locks, no power engine.
Even the hubs are manual now.
2003 Grille and headlight swap