OK...its pretty straight forward: (from memory....so double check me on this)
1) lift up front end by the frame rails
2) remove front wheels
3) release the preload on the T bar adjusters a LCA (both sides)
4) remove clips, and remove T bars (if possible - if not, see notes)
5) remove steering coupler pin and push back coupler (may have to pull column up slightly from inside the car)
6) assuming a front disk car....remove brake rotors. Then disconnect the LBJ / knuckle at the 2 bolts, through the spindle.
The LBJ will stay attached to the LCAs and the spindle will stay with the UCA on the car. (same operation on both sides)
7) support the K frame....and turn out the 4 large K frame retaining bolts., drop K frame out of the way.
Note: make sure the steering box doenst' hang up on the couple. Also...if the T bars were loose, but didn't come off through the tranny crossmember spools...you
can remove them as the K member comes off. this is helpful if they are reall stuck in the LCA sockets.
gasman, you can have a look at my CarDomain site and check out the photos of the "K" Frame removal from my 66. It may or may not help you, but sometimes a picture is worth a thousand words. As bbscamp mentioned, if you have problems removing the torsion bars, just take a good sized hammer and tap forward on the back of the K Member after it is unbolted, alternating from side to side, and the K Member will actually come off the torsion bars. After that they are a snap to remove from the rear mount. Hope this helps.