Its relatively easy. I had never done it before and I finished taking the front clip off in about 2 hours. My suggestion would be to pull the front clip in one piece, that way you don't have to worry so much about lining everything back up later.
Ah my bad. I didn't realize you were that far along. When I removed mine I left all of it together. I put a dolley underneath the transmission, cut the bolts (they were too rusty) and tie a rope to the front. I then had someone steady the back while I yanked it out.
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