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01-17-2010 03:09 PM
aosborn The easiest way I have found to remove factory rubber control arm bushings is to light them on fire with a propane torch and let em' burn. In short order you will be able to get the shaft out and then can easily remove the outer shell. Installing polyurethane bushings is a snap from that point, or installing factory style bushings will require a press. Your local machine shop can usually do it pretty cheap.

01-17-2010 01:03 PM
ken konoff Just changed the entire front end bushings, on my 1984 C-10. You need patience, air chisel, impact gun. Not that hard, just take your time. I used an aftermarket polyurethane parts to rebuild my front end. Hope this help's.
01-17-2010 10:57 AM
control arm bushings

is it hard to change out your lower ontrol arm bushings on a 63 impala

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