I've done it once many years ago so I'm not an expert by any means at replacing slide seals. What i remember is at the time, there was a bulb seal and a wipe seal and they were separate. From what i understand, some are combined in one piece, however.
I'm sure others will chime in who are more knowledgeable but I remember it being a chore but telling myself it would be much easier the next time I do it. I never did it again, however.
I can't be sure what configuration your seals might be but I've attached some videos to get you started on familiarizing yourself with the process.
But no, no special equipment is needed. Here are the tools what one of the videos I attached says to have on hand:
* an assortment of plastic scrapers
* a "good cleaner" (liquid)
* adhesive remover (liquid)
* you'd also want your tool box on hand for things like screwdrivers, knives, tape measure, etc. etc. etc.
So again, I'll give you a few resources to get started but I'm sure those who have more expertise than I have will chime in and give you better advice if they have the same or similar slide outs as yours.
How to Replace the Seal on RV Slide Out
Attached are two generic videos but GO HERE
for a list of youtube videos on the topic you can look through to see if you can find one similar to yours if the two attached are not close to what you have.