No offense meant, but you are asking quite a lot, and while someone here might provide it, you should really have a factory manual to go by.
There is so much good information in the manuals I just don't see why someone would try to do mechanical work without one.
I'd hate to see you injured by one thing I or someone else left out of the instructions!
There is not only the risk of injury when doing the work, there is risk of something failing while driving due to wrong torque or installation.
I would buy, borrow, or photocopy pages from a manual on the section you need. Then ask clairifying questions here.
One very valuable thing I learned from my grammar school teacher was: "I don't expect you to know the answer to everything, but I DO expect you to be able to look it up".
I don't know if you are young or old-er, or what your experience is, but by the sound of your question, sounds like you are not very experienced with this type work and that is the person who really needs good instruction materials.
I have taken the time to build up quite a reference library, and it really helps.
I have factory manuals for many of my cars, a good Colledge level Auto mechanics class book, a nice diesel mechanics and fuel injection book, John Deere failure analysis book, GM fuel injection manuals, aftermarket books on FI, suspension books from about every major writer from Herb Adams, Steve Smith, Carrol Smith, Millikan and Millikan, SAE publicatons, Aerodynamics - I like the Joseph Katz book, Smokey Yunick, Donohue, VanValkenburgh. Tons more.
Not to mention catalogs for tools, parts and hardware.
Please, again, I am not trying to put you down, just point out what my approach has been.
It's fine to ask questions here, that is what this forum is all about. But I'm coming to realize that there are a lot of people that are not investing in manuals and tackling jobs that deeply affect safety.
Check my web page for First Gen Camaro suspension info:
David's Motorsports page
First Gen Suspension Page
67 RS 327 original owner. 69 Camaro Vintage Racer, 65 Lola T-70 Chev SB Can-Am Vintage Racer
[This message has been edited by davidpozzi (edited 03-17-2002).]