Remove the cotter pins from the upper and lower ball joints, then back off the castle nuts a couple of turns. Remove the nut and bushing at the top of each shock absorber and undo the two bolts that hold the shocks in place at the lower control arm. Remove each shock, then use a floor jack to raise the lower control arms enough to compress the spring (1-2 inches). Use a pickle fork and a 3-pound (minimum!) hammer to separate the spindle from the upper and lower ball joints. If they dont want to separate, use a bigger hammer. After separating the ball joints, slowly lower the jack to safely release the spring tensionweve seen careless people at the boneyard laid out by flying coil springs, and it aint pretty. Remove each spindle and set it aside. Remove the two bolts securing each upper A-arm to the frame and lift the arms out through the wheelwells.