Brother of The Benz. jrd
I too hate to spend for a tool that will be used once and then lost in the caverns of my tool chest.
When changing rear suspension and sub-frame bushings, I used 1/2" drive sockets with all thread bar through the middle, flat washers, nuts and I had a torrington bearing for the turning friction, a receiving tube on the opposite end to press the old bushing into.
I've seen the picture of Performance Products tool and it looks great and expensive.
Good Luck to a very hard job.
Happy Trails Beep Beep from The Spiderman in Houston!!!