The camo Method (from the Pirate faq's page-)
Pull locking hub cap and remove snap ring.
Unbolt seal/felts on back of knuckle.
Unbolt brake caliper and tie out of the way. (can be skipped if you have long brake lines)
Unbolt steering arm. (leave bottom knuckle cap alone)
Pull entire outer knuckle assembly off of axle.
Sawp in your parts.
Put it back together.
It's a big-time shortcut since you don't need to mess with the 54mm socket or wheel bearings.
note: I use a heavy duty bungie cord (or two) to support the assembly once it's off-
That is how I do it- but I also spend the time once a year to pull the whole mess apart to check bearings and get it lubed up. Also, I don't fill the knuckle full of grease- I use synthetic grease on the birf and a light coating on the knuckle itself. It's a PITA to deal w/ the mess- even w/ fresh inner axle seals, some 90W seams to get into the knuckle, mix w/ the grease and turn into a REAL mess. It is one of the reasons I carry the biggest trash bags I can find in the truck- if I pull the assy off on a trail it keeps the gunk off the ground.
Martack'd axle shafts are not required to dissasemble the front end this way. They help in removing a busted inner axle- since they seem to shear at the birf, it is easier to get out the stub if there is no retaining clip.