The first step was to remove the stock A-arms, kingpins, and drum brakes. These can be removed as a single unit after disconnecting the tie rod, brake hose, sway bar, and removing the upper and lower A-arm mounting hardware. The use of the Granada spindles means you can retain the stock steering and tie rods, so they left those in place. The guys at CPP elected to install the new sway bar first, but this can be left to the end of the job also. The Jamco bracketry mounts the sway bar to the front crossmember/core support.