This job requires an expensive ($150) tool and is kind of a bear to do. An alignment is required aterwards. I personally would recommend doing them in pairs because if you spend a couple hundred bucks on an alignment and the other ball joint goes bad in a few months you're gonna have to replace it then align it again, so you will pay for an alignment twice. I'd say get that rear sway bar on yourself then pay the pro's to do the rear ball joints and alignment.
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