It would be better to buy all new hubs, press out the studs that come on them, and press in the new ones.
Reason is, you are going to have to take the hubs off the car anyways, and your car is already 10 years old. So best to replace them while you're at it.
I’ve had success doing them on the car for years. The trick is always having enough backside access to get the old ones out and the longer ones started. If that’s possible, I just take a large flat washer and use a reverse installed acorn-style (flat side against the washer) and draw it through until flush. Make sure you can limit hub movement too. If you mount the rotor, you can also use the e-brake.