Once the hub’s out of the way the King Pins can be hammered out. I popped the top cover out by using a punch from the bottom, then hammered the pin out of the bottom by using the same punch on the top. Note that the lower control arm is still attached. I removed this by removing the bushings. (A little heat from a torch made this a bit easier).
Note the angle of the steering knuckle, relative to the spindle. This information is important for reassembly, as it will help you avoid putting it together backwards.