When it comes to completely rebuilding the rear end on our cars..
I think it's worth paying $$ someone else with the specialty tools to do it..It's not difficult to screw it up trying to do it yourself..
That being said, here is a couple of videos that will be useful along the way:
Ken is actually a member here, and may be of some help if you can get ahold of him..
If you decide to tackle this, or even if you take it to someone else..
Make sure all
of the old bearing races have been removed..
There have been issues, where the new bearings do not seat correctly in the old races..
It's better to use the new bearings/races together to avoid any headaches..
The only thing I didn't see on your list was:
Ford Racing Axle Bearing & Seal Kit (M-4413-A)
When you buy a used IRS Trac-Lok there are a few things that could potentially cause you an issue..
Here's a few:
The flange runout should be measured for trueness..Too much runout, and your gears won't mesh properly..
Also if the bearings on the Trac-Lok have spun on the ends of the case..That could cause an issue as well..
A good indicator of this is when you go to remove the old bearings from the Trac-Lok..
You can usually see if they have spun around on the ends of the case by scarring, or that the new bearings are not a tight fit...
There are also thrust washers between the case of the Trac-Lok, and the spiders..
If the thrust washers have worn right through..The Trac-Lok carrier/case is pretty much junk, and you'll have to find a new one..
I think it's good practice to replace these thrust washers when rebuilding the Trac-Lok..
You can pick these up at RockAuto..Part Number #USA33297 (quantity 2)
There's more to this, but I'll let the other guys fill you in on everything else I missed..lol