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Sway bar and drop links

I have a 1972 911 T and have noticed that some of the bushings on the drop links attached to the sway bars (front and back) have missing or very worn out bushings . My question is 1) what tools or assistance will I need to press the bushings in the the drop links
2) if I replace the bushings or end up buying new drop links are they easily replaced when attached to the sway bars. Is it as simple as bolting them back together or is they tension or torque required.
Thanks for any input
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