Reassembly is the reverse of the above, bearing in mind the following: -
Don't forget the balljoint heat sheild.
When fitting the rear arm bolts, it's easiest to fit the small one first, otherwise it can be a b*tch to line up.
Tighten all the bolts to the recommended torque.
When tightening the front mounting bolt, you need the suspension in the loaded position. You can do this by refitting the wheels & lowering the car to the ground, but if you have lowered suspension, or you're really old, you'll have difficulty reaching the bolt & getting enough leverage to tighten it. I decided (being quite old) the best way was to jack up the hub until it was just taking the weight off the axle stand, using a peice of wood under the disc to prevent damage.
update: as the long P bush bolt also clamps the anti-roll bar, tighten that with the suspension loaded also.
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