Depending on your specific vehicle modifications and ride height (stock, raised, or lowered), clearance between the caliper brake lines, ‘banjo’ bolts, bump stops, and the front control arms may interfere.
To help with possible clearance issues, the calipers may be installed with the brake line either on the top or bottom. To switch the brake line location, just swap the calipers from left to right and right to left sides of the vehicle.
After installation, check for possible clearance issues throughout the entire range of wheel travel up and down, as well as lock to lock on the steering wheel.
In certain cases, increasing the steering stop may help with possible clearance issues. A simple way this can be achieved is by installing a longer bolt at the front of the caliper mounting brackets (left and right) - only the front bolts are necessary. Longer bolts will extend through the back of the spindle and make contact with the stock stop earlier, but will reduce your turning radius.