1. Stabilizer bar link stud is very easy to remove. Not to be confused with ball joints or steering end link stud. THOSE normally have to be hammered on, not the stud, but knuckle itself. SL stud either has a hex, or 2 slots for backup wrench, or hex in the stud center, to hold it steady when nut is undone. Then it simply pops out of the bar.
OP, what you want to do is to buy bearing. Remove hub. Take hub to a tire shop and have them press out/press in. By far fastest solution.
Hubs are rather inexpensive, so swapping entire hub is good option.
Problem you WILL have is driveaxle center shaft nut. Those are VERY hard to remove without powerful impact wrench. So you either have one, or rent one from say Home D, or drive to same shop, have guy untorque nut for you to the point you can hand handle it with cheat bar and socket, drive back home, remove hub, take it to shop, drive back, install, hand torque, drive back to shop, have them torque nut for you. Please, spare me lamenting that it is not secure to do. That nut is bearing no structural load, it only holds axle in place, and hand torqued, it will do for short trip.
Hence, all this goes to how well you are equipped with the real tools.
Any parts store will rent you Front End Socket Kit, as those nuts are rather large. I collected over time several of them, but O"reiilly does not charge for rental, FYI.
A;so, if BOTH of your tires are chewed on the inside, your camber is out of whack.