Feb 22, Removing the Arm Having a floor jack (or trans jack if you have access to a lift) to support the rear end will make the removal of the control arms easier.
Using a 3/4-inch wrench and socket set, loosen the nuts on both of the control-arm retaining bolts. If your bolts are rusty, soak them with lubricant the night before. Remove the bottom bolt. Nov 11, Removing rear control arm bushings. Jump to Latest Follow Status Not open for further replies. 1 - 5 of 5 Posts. Z. ZPhreak Registered. Joined Aug 14, Posts.
Discussion Starter #1 Nov 11, Need help removing the bushings on the rear control arms. May 03, Capri RS T-top Roller Gloy Racing Trans Am/IMSA Body Parts Yes, the MM stuff is not cheap, but once again, you get what you pay for.
The SVE, Granatelli, etc. rear control arms that have poly bushings are not an improvement to the suspension and therefore are unfortunately a waste of money if improved handling and ride quality.
Sep 20, Watch Doug, our Land Rover Master Technician, talk you through the replacement of the original equipment rear bushing (or you can use the optional polybush kit, which we show in this video) of the lower control arm treeremove.buzz to this bushing is granted by removing the entire lower control arm assembly. Duralast Control Arm Bushing . Part # SKU # Limited-Lifetime Warranty.
check if this fits your vehicle. check if this fits your vehicle. Mar 29, Remove the bushing manually by striking it out with a hammer. This is the most difficult and least effective method for removing the bushing, but if you don’t have a hydraulic or threaded press it will work with some patience.
Be careful not to hit the control arm, focusing each strike on the bushing until it flattens enough to be slid treeremove.buzz: 54K.