I also (unfortunately) have a Quigley, 1995.
I too have the Dana 60, the clearly marked one.
I did the brakes a couple years ago.
If yours are warped, they might not be able to turn them... But best to call what ever shop you plan on using to turn them and ask them if you need to separate the hub/rotor.
Also I'd replace the bearings and races while you're in there. It's such a chore to get everything off anyway, best to tackle it while you're there.
If memory serves me correctly, I used a special 4x4 hub tool to remove the hub, picked one up from the local auto store.
Other oddities (from my cloudy memory bank)
The rotors are one piece, meaning just a rotor.
Then you have the hub, and there's an ABS speed sensor ring on the back side of the rotor. Be very careful with that speed sensor ring if you remove the rotor. They're a PITA getting back on. And if you break it you have to order it directly from Quigley for something like $60(?)
Getting the wheel studs off wasn't that bad, I think I used a brass hammer and punch, and did the reverse when putting them back on.
All in all, its pretty simple. The separate hub/rotor threw me for a loop, that's about it.
Hopefully that explains it all.
PM me if you've got more questions... or need a better explanation.