same as the issue I had.
The front suspension arms are twisted and are a bugger to get back in if you don't take the whole unit off.
I did this twice already. First time did it all wrong and spend most of 1 day trying to twist the arm back in.
Second time I removed the brake calipers, hubs(4 bolts on each side), bolt that attaches the front and rear suspension arms together, front member will come off easily then, then rear bolt that attaches the rear suspension arms to the body.
Putting it all back.
Front cross member on, don't tighten the bolts up fully, loosely fasten the front engine support, slide each rear suspension arm into the front suspension arm and tap in the bolt.
Then the rear suspension arm will slide into the body fitting easily and tap that bolt it.
Now you have the loose hub. This is a bit fiddly. Allign the 4 bolts very very carefully (if you have 2 guides to put through so you can put the other 2 bolts through all the better).
These threads are thin and can shred easily.
Clean the threads very well and have them well oiled.
Use your fingers to tighten each bolt until they are fully fitted.
Then tighten all bolts up. May seem a long way but believe me it is quicker and you won't have any issues with twisting suspension arms this way.
On my thread supercharged16v posted loads of pics of how to do it, but I made it a little easier by also removing the rear suspension arms from the front, one bolts behind the hub (one that twists). This makes is more manageable if you;re working alone.