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The new shaft kit from Moog comes with all required hardware.

Remove the A-arm. Remove the dust seals from the A-arm if present. Remove the collar if it is a separate piece. Use a punch to knock out the old bushings.

The removal side of the tool pressed the factory bushing and bushing up out of the arm without causing any damage to the aluminum arm.

The installation side is just as simple, as the BMR spherical bearing presses into the arm. The kit is design to eliminate the need for a machine shop to press the bushings out and the bearings in. NOTE- for. Feb 03, Is it possible to remove control arm bushings without a press? Find out how we do it in the Budget Build Garage.

We'll show you 2 easy (and cheap) ways to re. Jun 11, In this video I describe how to quickly and easily remove a control arm bushing using an air hammer and a vise. Jul 24, Only a few things to remove before your control arm can be fully removed. You will be removing the sway bar endlink, steering tie rod end, spring/shock, spindle, then control arm.

The first step is to lift the corner you start on, I started on the passenger side. Secure with a jackstand under the frame or K-member. Dec 02, Use an air chisel to remove one side, and then remove the shaft. Beat the other side out with a hammer.

To install use a socket to cover the bushing and drive them in with a hammer. Jan 22, Next, heat the outer shell from the outside until it gets hot most of the way around, then shove your screwdriver down around the outside of the bushing (between the sleeve and bushing), and the bushing will pry out very easily.

Next, take your air chisel and compress the outer shell into a V shape and the sleeve will just pretty much fall out. Blue Ox Towing Shouldn’t Be A Drag. Our Tow Bars are the Undefeated Champ of the. Motorhome Magazine Readers’ Choice Gold Award. The Motorhome Magazine Reader’s Choice Awards began in with reader’s picking their favorite motorhomes and accessories.

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