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Old 10-13-2003, 05:48 AM
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Rear suspension bushings

Going trough major hassle here by replacing the trailing arm bushings...
The subframe-bolts where totally sized in the bushing core, but I managed to get them out by using a long arm-extension and braking the mount in pieces.
Making an internal spring-compresssor was easy, will post a picture later.

But I hit the wall when trying to get the pass. side inner bushing bolt out.
I've read in another post that it should be possible to remove it by loosening the drive axle center support, but it seems impossible on my car.
Anyone else who's had success with this, or do I need to remove the drive axle?

Also need the torque setting for the bushing bolts.

Is it necessary to bleed the level control?

Any help appreciated!
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