Well I got it all back together. It was not easy. I had to balance it on both jacks to lift it into place. Then I had to move it around until I could get one of the bolts started, then move it around more until I could get a bolt on the other side in. With the steering rack bolted onto this huge hunk of frame it was HEAVY. After snugging it back up I started re-assembling the suspension on each side.
After that was mostly done I realized I had not attached the steering column while it was still loose and moveable. So I loosened the steering column and then with my head in the foot well my feet on the seatback I contorted until I got it reconnected. I could have really used Ewan’s help, but lately he isn’t interested in coming with me. It’s too bad because he was finally at the point where I could really have him do stuff more than fetching tools.
On the right side I could not get the caster arm to reconnect to the lower control arm. It just wasn’t going. In order to get in on I had to loosen all the bolts, disconnect the motor mount and let the frame bit down a bit until I could get the holes on the arm to line up and bolt in on. Then I had to get the frame bit snugged up again.