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Old 11-21-2002, 05:50 PM
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This is an easy job if you have the right tools! I usually do it with the control arms still partially installed. Without the right tools though, you'll probably need to remove the control arms. If I were doing it in my driveway, I'd consider getting a price from the local dealer to change the bushings. At least that way you'd save yourself the labor of removing and re-installing the control arms. The only problem may be concerning the coil springs. A good spring compressor is absolutely necessary. If you have any doubts, let the dealer do it. Good luck
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