I assume you mean the K-member?
Are you going tubular or stock?
It shouldn't be too hard to be honest. My friends part out cars and they just drop the k-member to get the engine out.
It would require:
having the car on a lift
unbolting the suspension
unhooking the brake lines and ABS wires
unbolt the steering knuckle
pull the bolts out the motor mounts
support the drive train and drop the craddle.
I maybe missing a few things but that's the just of it. A good shop should have it done in a few hours. Figure five to be safe.