9) Remove the spring. If you have lowering springs you should be able to pry them out with a little effort. If you have stock height springs you will probably need a spring compressor or some other method of safely removing the springs.
These next steps are potentially dangerous, be extremely careful and only attempt if you are confident you can perform these actions safely. Wear eye and ear protection where prudent.
10) Make sure you are aware of the brake lines, gas tank, any wires etc. that you don’t want to get too hot while you use the propane torch to burn out enough of the bushing so that your cut off wheel will have easy access to the bolt on the inside of the bracket. If you cut on the outside it won’t do any good.
11) Use the pick to frequently knock bits of burnt bushing out, it will be much quicker than waiting for it to fall out on its own. I spent about 15-20 minutes on each side burning enough of the bushing out.
12) Once you have enough of the bushing burned out, get the grinder and start cutting through the bolts. Cut about halfway through then rotate the bolt to get to the other half. Again be cautious of where the sparks are flying.
13) After the bolt is cut the control arm should fall out of the way. Now you can use a punch and hammer to knock the leftover bolt and head out of the brackets.
14) You will need M14 bolts and nuts and washers to replace the ones you cut, I used 90 or 100 mm long bolts. 9/16 is very close but the bind very easy as they are the slightest bit too big. M14 is the perfect size.
15) To remove the front bolt it is likely necessary to lower the exhaust. This process depends on your specific exhaust system and since each exhaust is different I don’t know what tools you will need for your specific application. For a stock system first unbolt the hanger bracket from behind the mufflers. This is much easier than fighting with the rubber hangers.
16) Place a jack stand under the muffler to hold the exhaust up while you remove the bracket holding the exhaust tip under the rear bumper.
17) Now remove the bolts holding the flanges together behind the x/h pipe. It may be stuck at the flange. If it is put a piece of wood on the front face of the muffler and hit it with a hammer to knock it loose.