Did you do the job yet?
If you haven't already, I can fully recommend that you seek out a "pro" with a hydraulic press to do the pressing for you. If you have a typical hand press and just have to do it yourself, like I did, clamp the control arm in a SOLID vise. Press them out that way. Had to mention that in case you were going to try with your knee.
*Be careful with the old bushings when taking out the control arms. The arm needs to be manipulated just right to come out without jacking up the bushing.
*If you remove the steering knuckle, you could do the whole job on the vehicle, but with all that torque it's dangerous on jack stands. Lift? Sure. Bring your muscles and have a cold beer handy.
*With the new ball joint, grease the control arm opening and the ball joint body. Watch out and don't press too far. As soon as you can see the far side of the retainer groove come through, stop pressing.
*Use a section of 1.5" PVC pipe to dead-blow hammer the boot on. By hand, that F'in thing will make you see the sun go down. The PVC should fit snugly over the boot. Make sure the PVC is smooth around lip so as not to tear up the boot. A little grease will help. My hat tips to anyone who can thumb those on. Video or it didn’t happen.
*Don't over-tighten the grease fittings. Couple turns then orient it in the direction which suits you best.
*Top off the fittings with grease, if you like.
In all honesty, I didn't enjoy pressing them out or in one bit. Someone else may disagree and say it was a piece of cake, but my control arms did NOT like the process.
The ball joints are AWESOME and the overall job was easy, but again, I should have had a shop do the pressing for me. It wasn't fun or worth the savings IMO.