See photos in a later post. I'm redoing a '70 Coronet. Other guys may have a better way of doing this, but here's how I did it fast and easy. And it doesn't wreck the rubber. And you don't have to buy a tool that you'll never use again. I got two hardwood pieces from an old floor, 5 inches square, inch and a half thick each. Drill two 3/8ths holes through each, one on each side. Drill a one inch hole in the centre of just one of the blocks, then saw it in half down the middle. I used two 6 inch pieces of 3/8ths reddi-rod and nuts to join them together at the 3/8ths holes. With the sway bar in the one inch hole, and plenty of dish soap lube on the bushing, tighten the nuts on the reddi-rod to draw the two blocks together, pulling the bushing off. I made the blocks in less then half an hour, pulled both bushings off in less then 15 minutes. If you clamp the one inch hole board tightly onto your swaybar you could use this tool to pull the bushings back onto your swaybar.