Slacken off all of the cap screws and nuts at the inner CV.
Remove disk and calliper (don't allow weight of calliper to be carried by rubber flexi).
Split track rod end ball joint.
Take out the bolts at the base of the strut (they can be difficult), release the arb droplink and split the bottom ball joint. (It is possible to manage with releasing either top or bottom but it makes the job really awkward)
You can then extract the hub assembly complete with driveshaft.
Both CV boots can be replaced when you have removed the inner CV which should be held on with a circlip behind the end cover - if I remember correctly.
You should need to lever the lower arm to get enough clearance to lift the hub off the ball joint and put it back.- if you can do this without a lever there is a good chance that you lower arm bushes are on the way out.
I got my inner CV from Parkers for about £30.
"When you sit in a Focus RS or a Golf R32 itís like sitting in a commercial for Lynx aftershave. When you sit in an 147 GTA itís like sitting in a Venetianís hand-made suitcase." J.Clarkson 2003.
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Projects: Spider S4, Matra Murena 2.2