In and done, if a 76 year old with crook shoulders and right knee can do it then anyone can. Only way for me to do this job is to tackle the job from under the mudguard.
Spayed plenty of Reducteure around.
After several minutes I turned the steering wheel so the set screw heads were point outward like the first pic, man they were tight had to use a long breaker bar to crack them. Once bolts were out I turned the steering wheel until bolt holes were pointing upwards, then tied off steering wheel to grab handle Just In Case.
Spread the clamping bosses with a couple of large screwdrivers and sprayed more Reducteure, it was easy to get the bottom bit moving but top wouldn't budge, finished up using an old brass dolly I've had for 60 bloody years to tap it back enough to disconnect the front, but I did need to lever the bottom bit back against the rag to make it fall out. This worried me a bit because the Toyota part has no flex
The set screws that hold the rag joint together are 9's so if you don't have any HT 8mm bolts you can undo these and use them to hold the uni on the splines.
Getting it in place is not that easy, line up with the flat on the column spline then you must push the uni back up the spline as far as you can possibly make it go (you may need to spread the clamp boss a little, mine would not slide straight on without doing that. Even with the uni pushed back up the column spline the lower section of the joint won't just pop onto the box, took me several minutes to work out a method, don't try and fit to the box from the lower side, won't happen, too much flex required due to higher angle, come in from the very top, rest it in place with slight pressure then lever down a little, there is enough flex in the column to get that 1mm you need, not easy but doable.
Then it's all over red rover and minimal skin missing.
Won't be driving it today, by the time I get all the bits back on and tools cleaned up it will be beer o'clock, so tomorrow is test day.
Have a warm fuzzy feeling, another project out of the way.