Everyone's a comedian eh 2spark? Hi wid77... I used ebay and the wishbone seems fine to me, a mate of mine's been running them on his 156 for a couple of years 7000 miles a year and they seem fine. Tools you'll need, a decent scissor type ball joint splitter and possibly a fork type as well just in case the bolt shears (you may have to get physical. Mine was seized solid), a trolley jack, WD40, a couple of axle stands, a decent breaker bar and a selection of sockets, screwdrivers and spanners and a 2lb ballpeen hammer will help no end! Jack the car, axle stand under the subframe, wheel off, bottom strut bolt out, drop link off, loosen the anti roll bar bush, loosen all of the strut top nuts, remove balljoint nut, go insane for 3 hours trying to split the balljoint, get ****ed, go to bed and start again next morning, finally split balljoint and lever it up and out of the hub, remove inner wishbone bolts noticing which bolt came out of which hole (different lengths), prybar under the anti roll bar and wriggle the old wishbone out, refitting it is the reverse. Wriggle the new wishbone into position and loosly fit the bolts, don't tighten them. Do this end first or YOU WILL GO INSANE! Very carefully without tearing the rubber lever the hub over the balljoint making sure that the lower strut fork is either side of the wishbone and tap it so that it lines up with the hole, loosely fit the nut and then it's just a case of bolting it all back together and torqing it up. Which sounds easier than it is, use a jack and prybar as needed. You may need to cut off the old drop links and fit new ones if they're seized.