Yeah I'm sure there is one...
Basically you take the wheel off. Remove caliper/hang it, take rotor off, remove hub, remove snap ring, remove 3 washers, remove hub bearing assembly, pry axle out, remove bottom ball joint nut, loosen top ball joint nut but leave on w/ 2 threads, douse w/ PB Blaster, use huge pickle fork to seperate knuckle from axle, when it finally drops take the top ball joint nut off, put knuckle in a vise, remove snap ring(s), spray w/ PB blaster, use a peice of steel stock and a BFH to pound out the ball joints.
Use a ball joint tool to put the new ball joints in (use some PB Blaster and emory cloth to clean ball joint bore and a light coating of grease helps), then reverse order.
You should replace the yellow O ring on the back of the Hub Bearing assembly as well as the knuckle seal. It requires a special driver to put it on so just take that to your ford dealer unless you want to fab up an installation driver.