Wanted to throw some information out there: 1. Use a ratchet strap to take off and install strut fork. It's under pressure and will shift when loosened. 2. Once you get the fork lined up the best you can, raise lca with a jack and it will line up perfectly for you. 3. DO NOT hit any studs with anything but a rubber mallet. Threads are M14X1.5 and amazon has dies for 13 and change. 4. Not necessary to remove ubj from spindle. Raising the lca will "open" up plenty of room to get the strut assembly in and out. I actually think this is quicker since I never was able to get the ubj to budge. 5. Mechanics gloves are a must unless you like scraped knuckles. 6. Great time to replace sway bar links and bushings. 7. Don't feel like you need to do it all at once (unless you have no other vehicle). PATIENCE. Obviously people have their own opinions about how to do it and no one way is right, as long as it's safe. I wanted to provide some options and possibly some guidance for newbies. I've replaced struts before, but this was very different from the cars I've worked on.