You're gonna need a few stands and jacks . You'll want to support the jeep on the frame rail right behind the lower CA mount , also the axle
Pull steering off the jeep , leave it for last to reinstall with new parts .
Starting on one side , remove tire/caliper/rotor/axle lock washer , pin and nut/3 bearing bolts /bearing /axle . Replace ball joints , re-install with new hubs .
Drop the track bar at the axle side , disconnect both end links . Disconnect shock from lower mount . Remove spring retainer . Lower the axle on that side with the jack . You might have to pry down on the axle , but the spring shouldn't take much more that a few prys to get it out from there . I would think now would be the time to replace the CA's . No spring force and you should have decent freedom to reattach things easily .
Pry bars are your friend if you don't have a compressor . With everything dropped as said , the spring will have little pressure on it , it won't fly off anywhere
Soaking the whl bearing bolts with a penetrant is a bonus always .
Some things I'm sure you already have and know . Just thought I'd go into some detail