You're going to need i believe a 21MM socket for the rear of the strut rod bushings. For the front one's at the frame 30MM wrench/socket is required. I will double check these values later on today.
The parts can be found at advance, however RockAuto has the cheapest prices for them if you can wait a few days to have them shipped.
Rod to Frame bushings P/N: K8659 $34.79ea 1 required
These can be found at advance for $24.33ea 2 required p/n TRW HB1596K
Rod to control arm bushings P/N: K8680 $9.33ea 2 required
These can be found at advance for $13.13ea 2 required p/n TRW HB1644K
I purchased the TRW parts for the rod to lower arm since those bushings tend to go out often on our cars and you can get replacements easy w/ the lifetime warranty.
The easiest way to do it all is to disconnect the shock from the lower arm, disconnect the lower arm from the frame, and take out the bolts from both outer ends of the strut rod. Pull the lower arm out and take out the rod and bushings. It's pretty straight forward, and since oyu have to get an alignment anyways, the removal of the control arm isn't going to mean much as long as you get it back around the same position in order to get it to the shop.
Just a word of caution before you think something might be wrong. The washers on the rod to frame bushings are tied together w/ the ferrule in the middle. When you take out the outer bolt at the frame, the washer won't just fall off, you're going to have to pry it off until it breaks apart from the ferrule.
If you have any other questions, let me know, as i have just finished replacing every single piece of my front suspension.