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Order of dis-assembly

I pulled the whole front end out from under my Buick Skylark with the intention of taking it all apart to clean, blast and paint and then rebush, including new ball joints.
Not sure what the proper dis-assembly order I should use with safety being parmount.
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Order of dis-assembley

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I pulled the whole front end out from under my Buick Skylark with the intention of taking it all apart to clean, blast and paint and then rebush, including new ball joints.
Not sure what the proper dis-assembly order I should use with safety being parmount.
I'm not sure that it matters, but ever thing you take off bag and tag, if you can. If you are going to take the a-arms apart, don't kill your self, there is a big spring in between them, and things will fly if you don't have it tied done good. Good luck.

Bob
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