Well thank you, I do try.
The problem with time estimates is if you're going to a professional mechanic they usually don't go by how long a job actually takes, but a book that tells them how many "hours" to charge for any given task. I'm unaware of what the book says is the correct time for the job but the entire job of replacing both the bushings and the endlinks shouldn't take more than an hour if you have a nice flat surface to jack the car up on. (If I remember correctly. Seems all of my troubles have been coming from the front of the car lately.. front endlinks, etc.)
Once the car is up, and the wheels are off (just for easier access) just unbolt the endlinks and bushing brackets, replace the bushings and put everything back together like you found it, finishing with the new endlinks (and wheels of course) Don't think there's any parts you need to remove to get to the bar or anything like that.
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