its not to hard with the right tools, i am fortunate a friend of mine owns a garage and towing business and has the whole set for jeep ball joints but go to some where like autozone that rents tools rent the ball joint press and they have that znet there that should have instructions.
i think the way i did mine was take off the caliper and rotor pop out the whole hub assembly with axle shaft, then have the jeep up highenough you can get the press in there. i thnk that is what i did last time.
95 wrangler 4banger 5.25 " of lift sittin on 33's black steel rims Gone But not Forgotten
Tow Vehicle: 2003 GMC 2500HD duramax 6.6, 4 inch turbo back magnaflow exhaust, tow mirrors, 285/75/16 BFG A/T's Westin brush guard and steps, leer cap, K&N intake, Sirius sat. radio
dont waste your money on junk lifts, save a few extra pennies and get something good.