I plan on doing one on the proper way to rebuild the front suspension components. This will include new bushings, ball joints, springs, tie rods, drag link, idler arm, and struts. Tear down, replacement, and re-installation. If it's your first time, a task of this nature can be pretty intimidating, but it's really not that bad. The main thing is to have the special tool required. Some can be rented, but some you might have to farm out some of the work such as when it comes to bushing installation, as I've always used a hydraulic press for that. The other special tools can be rented from Auto Zone, such as a spring compressor, ball joint press, and splitting forks. But if you're replacing the ball joints and tie rods, sometimes splitting forks aren't even necessary.
I'll elaborate more when I write the tutorial. Stay tuned. I'll have some pics up as well. Like I mentioned, I plan on working on the car, well, now tomorrow, and will do this in two parts. Disassembly, and reassembly. The reason for it being two parts is due to the fact that I am having my suspension components media blasted, and they will be painted afterwards. So between getting things blasted, painted, and reinstalled, there is going to be a lag in time. So if this isn't too much of an inconvenience, perfect! If it will be, you're just gonna have to wait! LOL!