Having the disc is great and mighty nice of dan-fox to help you out.
I kind of look the job over, figure out tools needed, do it a few times in my head, what's left of it anyway, and then dive in when I have the time to complete it if all the parts are on hand. Taps and torque wrench are your friends when you get in there.
Just wonder if you are prepared for rain if you get it apart.Tarps might help.
Heavy lifting? That rad and piping will be heavy and awkward I think. Those engine hoists might not roll too good to get it clear, jerky if small wheels and rough surface. Know anybody that has a backhoe that could spare an hour when you are ready? Pull it then call them back when ready to put it back without wrecking it. Beers help here, lol
I think the balancer won't be too bad from what I hear but have not done one myself. Then you are home free as to the cover and removal of whatever else in your way.
You will drop a lot of coolant so I would get some kind of collector in mind and then deal with that later. Think I would drop it all in a kiddies swimming pool and then bottle it up.
Hope you get some help CB even to roll a few spliffs while you work.
You can tackle this alone too and be successful but make sure of every move so no slipping of ratchets and injuries.
I curse your border guards or I'd be down to help for sure.
Can't wait for your updates, good luck man!