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Plan on at least three days if you've never done suspension work before. In theory, this is all very straightforward-- but that's assuming that nothing is corroded and you have all of the proper tools... I would recommend hitting the balljoints if you already have to take the control arms out. The tie rod ends will probably be frozen in place and may be nearly impossible to remove. There were two types of inner tie rods used on these cars. I can't remember the exact specifics on them but they can be tricky from what I've heard. There's help to be found here:
http://www.allpar.com/eek/
 
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