If you need to jack, try jacking under the axle so the position of the CA stays the same relative to the chassis. I used a small bottle jack under the coil spring bracket to rotate the axle a little bit (my CA bushes were so worn out the axle wasn't properly aligned in any case) All and all it wasn't a lot of work.
If you do 1 at a time you shouldn't have a problem with miss alignment.
2001 WJ 4.7 V8 Ltd QD. 2" Rough Country BB, TF QD's, Rough Country shocks, BDS Adjustable front UCA's, RC 2.2 steering damper, 245-70R17 Firestone Destination muds/ 245-75R17 Wrangler A/T's on Moab's, Flat Land non-winch steel bumper, rear sway bar removed, Power Brake matched disc and pad set. More to come!