Easy- Blue Point part number BBH (bloody big hammer-48oz)
If you use a jack under the lower wishbone to prevent the torsion bar pushing the balljoint into the upright, you can then skelp the upright part around where the taper neck of the balljoint fits into.
I only have to use a balljoint sperator very
As with the torsion bars, an even bigger hammer (10lb) Normally I would knock the wishbone forward off the torsion bar first, and then remove it from the chassis support by knocking it forward by using a soft drift.
Lots of penetrating lube also.
[SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]Drive sideways- life's too short not to
Slip-sliding my way through winter. On four wheels and two.