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We knew that we would need a hand on the install, but it was actually the removal of the old parts that took the most time. Luckily, we convinced a buddy to let us take over his driveway for a few days and drink all his cold beverages. Our first step in removing the IFS was to get the top A-arm off, and this required disconnecting the torsion-bar mount, unhooking the shocks and sway bar, and unbolting the old upper pivot shaft and upper balljoint. Then we could remove the knuckle from the axleshaft and the lower A-arm.