Yes easily with floor jack and jack stands. I would have an air compressor/gun though to put the balljoint nut back on. Just speaking from experience the shaft of the balljoint spins when you torque it down with a ratchet, but not an air gun. Just google spring installation and download the American Muscle installation instructions. Once it's all done go get an alignment to be on safe side. Although you don't need to disconnect outer tie rod I'd do it just to make sure.
2002 True Blue V6 to GT Vert
16.1@86 as an auto 3.8
2.15 60', 9.3@77, 14.4@96 as a 5spd SOHC 4.6