When I did mine, I put a hydraulic jack under each lower end for support
You should remove the angled cross-member supports completely before you remove the
bumper, as it will have a tendency to rotate forward and down, and the supports will dig into your radiator fins (don't ask how I know this)
You will heed a helper to steady the assembly as you remove the last bolts, then just ease the jacks down together.
I left my bumper braces attached to the frame, not wanting to deal with alignment issues when I reassembled the car
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