@d82k Use a soldering iron that lets you control the power (something like a WES51), I recommend an .8mm tip for the iron, some solder removal wick (its a wire mesh with flux) and solder flux. Be careful with the heat of the iron, you only want to use enough heat to melt the solder - too much heat can damage the pad on the board. You will also want a tool to remove the inductor - I find an x-acto knife works well.
First you need to remove the inductor - Lay some flux on the part, lay the removal wire, near the pad and heat. Wait for the solder will flow into the wire. Do this on both sides. Then remove the wick and heat one of the pads with the iron, try and pry the inductor up a bit on the heated side and then heat the other side to complete the removal. (this is tricky as too much force may pull the pad away from the board. The correct tool is a soldering iron with two tips that can heat both sides of the inductor at the same time.
Once the inductor is removed clean the pads using the solder wick again and apply flux, place the new part, add some solder and there you go!
It takes a steady hand and patience
If you don’t have these tools it would be much less expensive to just purchase a core with the u.fl connector already on it