inner steering tie rods are quite simple, so are the radius arm bushings. the pivot bushings for the two front trailing arms can be a real bear to get out, you definitely need a big shop press, and a large creative vocabulary to do that job.
I had a shop do my suspension rebuild on mu 745, with the parts I supplied, this was *ALL* front bushings, new struts and strut tower mounts, new sway bar, new inner and outer tie rods, new ball joints, new front brake rotors and pads, rear panhard and rear trailing arm main bushings, new rear shocks, and new rear springs. oh and install IPD Swaybars front and rear. they charged me for 10 hours labor (but I suspect they took longer, the car was on a lift for 2 and a half days).
car drives better than new now
I used mostly Volvo OEM bushings, except the panhard ends and front control rod tie bushings are SuperPro poly. shocks/struts are bilstein TC (touring).
I kept collecting the parts til I realized I'd bit off a bigger job than I wanted to do on jack stands in my driveway, hah! once I realized I'd pretty much ahve to have the shop do the struts, I decided to go whole hog and got the rest of the bushings too.