First off, I will say that this project was a lot easier than I expected. Although, for the guys up norf, it may not be as easy to seperate the hub from the knuckle due to rust issues, eh?
Anyway, some of the tools you'll need are: a BFH, spray lube, anti-seize, brake cleaner, 1/2 in. breaker bar, ratchet, extension, 17 and 21 mm sockets. Snap ring pliers, needle nose pliers, rags, grease, long handle flat screwdriver or pry bar, patience, and more importantly, beer! If anyone else that has done this job has any other tools, pics, or info, feel free to post!
First step is to remove the retaining ring around the lockout. Needle nose pliers worked well for me.
Next step, remove caliper and then the caliper bracket.
Next, remove the inner snap ring w/ the snap ring pliers. then pull out the 3 washers. (the hex washer goes in between the 2 round ones upon re-installing).
Locate the 4 nuts that attach the hub assembly studs to the steering knuckle. Use the 21mm socket and extension.
Once you remove the nuts, hit the flange that the wheel studs are attached to w/ your BFH. W/ luck it won't give you too much trouble. Once it's off, inspect the flange and clean off any surface rust w/ a wire brush.
If it's a pita, step back and have one of these: