Yes...it's pretty routine by now.
1st make sure everything is clean.
Lay everything out, it’s all been marked & gets replaced where it came off.
Inspect strut bar mount holes for elongation, pins for ware & clips for no spring. Adjust for proper lateral alignment at install. Do not over-tighten, snug & locked will do it. Too tight contributes to ‘egg holes’.
Clean and inspect over-center locks.
Run jacks full range by hand for smooth operation…NO lubrication,(already learned that lesson, won’t hold adjustment if sprayed with graphite)
Inspect WD bar bearing surface for ware, grease @ 500mi intervals, inspect jack bar bracket pins, clips & holes.
Inspect head bearings for water intrusion and looseness, Clean & partially fill caps with Amsoil Marine grease, seal caps with RTV.(cap removal…not annually 4 times in 7yrs) So far have not had to re-pack.
Clean and lube hitch ball, very light coating as there is no rotation, inspect hitch latch, make sure it locks over center.
Re-torque frame brackets, ck LPG line for clearance.
Clean & inspect the stinger hole….oooooh that sounds bad.
Ck safety chains, bolt & screw extender, make sure hooks close properly, (weak/broken spring)
Finally.....install fancy Orange cover.