Both control arms can be unbolted while still connected to the carrier but it will be heavy. Your polyurethane bushings might just push out but the new factory type bushings must be pressed in. It is probably best to disassemble the control arms to press in the new bushings.
Steve, I'm going to try cleaning and lubing them up real good and slapping them back in and see if they quit squeaking. I followed your advice and bought a set of shocks from Steve today. I almost got them from P I motorsports but, when I held them in my dirty hands I felt they quality and saw the beautifullness, I had to have them.
I am glad you are putting modern shocks on the car. It should make quite a difference. It is worth a try to grease the polyurethane bushings. It is a bigger task to disassemble the control arms for new pressed bushings.
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