It depends on how experienced you are and how many tools you have. I would not do the job without air tools.
I started a front shock job on my old '95, but put it back together and took it to a shop. I ended up breaking a weld off one of the alignment guides by using inadequate methods of part removal. And I didn't have air tools at the time.
Now I have air tools, and did the suspension on two MN12's. Suspension is heavy duty work.
97 T-Bird LX 4.6 - 68k miles
94 Supra TT Auto - street/strip car
04 Crown Vic Police Interceptor - Brenda's car
95 T-Bird LX 4.6 - fully optioned, owned 15 years
96 Cougar XR-7 4.6- Brenda's car, owned 11 years
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