I have never done a write up, but I read too many horror stories and this honestly took me about an hour per side, so with the right info this was an easy install.
I don't remember the correct sizes of sockets, but 10mm, 18mm, 21mm, and 32mm seem to stand out.
First crack your lugnuts, the jack up and support the Jeep with jackstands.
Remove front wheels, have someone hold the brakes and take off the half shaft nuts.
These pictures are a little dark so I apologize, first remove the vehicle speed sensor:
Loosen the zip tie thing by taking a small screwdriver or a pick to release the clasp part of it.
Then use a 10mm socket and carefully remove the speed sensor and be careful not to damage it.ImageUploadedByJeepGarage1469844225.409708.jpg
Next remove the brake caliper and hang it to the side, I believe these were 18mm head bolts.ImageUploadedByJeepGarage1469844284.556533.jpg
This is were I hung mine.
Next is to remove the tie rod end bolt and use a two jaw puller to seperate the ball joint.
Next up is to remove the sway bar end link, I think that was a 16mm nut, I had to hold the opposing side with pliers to keep it from spinning.ImageUploadedByJeepGarage1469844453.245575.jpgImageUploadedByJeepGarage1469844467.465511.jpg
Next up is removing the upper ballpoint, again I think this was an 18mm socket. Leave a couple of threads on the nut and hit the knuckle with a hammer to seperate.
I forgot to take pictures but remove the bottom shock bolt next, then you can remove the axle shaft, I had to tap mine with a rubber deadblow hammer to get it started. Make sure you immediately cover this end with a plastic sack, then the axle shaft is easily pryed out of the axle housing with a medium length prybar. Again immediately cover that side of the shaft.
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