Once you remove the wheels, you can basically remove the entire spindle assembly and driveshaft as a unit. We removed the bolts and caps that hold the driveshaft to the differential yokes, the bolts to the sway bar, and the emergency cables first. Loosening the spring bolt and the outer tie rod was next. Typically, the shocks will keep pressure on the spring. Jack up the rear spindle housing and remove the lower shock bolt, or remove the spring bolt. Either will relieve the pressure on the spring. Once theyre removed, there are only three bolts holding the assembly on. Remove the lower strut rod and the two trailing-arm bolts, and the assembly and driveshaft will come out.