After reading some forum posts at AACA.org and the Service Manual, I thought doing the install of the replacement Torque ball seal would not be too terribly difficult. I removed the nuts that hold the Torque Ball to the Torque Tube, disconnected the brake hose, disconnected the panhard bar and the shocks, then using a come-along and a ratchet strap was able to pull the rear axle back as far as it would go (as advised). But after much frustration, came to the conclusion that I was not going to be able to get the Torque Ball Retainer or Torque Ball to come out of the car, there just wasn’t enough clearance… period! Others have said they have done it, but it sure wasn’t working for me. So, considering that I was literally two bolts away from removing the entire rear axle, just just went ahead and pulled it. This finally gave me the room I needed to pull the Torque Ball Retainer and Torque ball out through the hole in the frame cross member. Sadly, it looks like the Torque Ball will need to be replaced. It has a very bad wear spot that will certainly keep it from making a seal. So the search is on for a replacement!