Join Date: Feb 2017
Location: Rockland County, NY
Very easy, I did all that a few months ago in the driveway with hand tools. Just take it all apart and put it back together in reverse. A torque wrench is advisable, you can look up all the specs in a haynes manual, or just browse the forum here and it'll pop up.
Replace what you can while you're in there. I did shocks, strut rod bushing, and upper control arms when I did it. Recently my stabilizer bar linkage got shitty on me so I had to go in there and do that....... stupidly I should have done those when I was in there the first time. Also, hit every bolt and nut with pb blaster the day before you start, it'll make it much easier.
96 Thunderbird LX 3.8L
Fishing when I'm not driving