Alignment is #1- your wheels might end up with positive camber and/or toe-in or toe-out.
While doing the BB you should put new shocks, degrease all of the suspension components, make sure everything is nice and tight.
After my BB, I degreased the suspension/wheelwells and I took a can of flat-black spray paint to it and it looks like all new stuff down there!!!
I also re-greased the fittings on the rod ends... basically anything that had grease from the factory.
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