Re: Rear upper suspension arm bushings
Yes, they are VERY hard to press in and out, and I'm not sure if my replacements were cheap or I damaged them but they did not last long and I ended up replacing the whole arm 2 months later. That said with a hydraulic press it shouldn't be too difficult to pop them out and the new ones in, just make sure they go in straight, the arm is a 2 piece unit so there is a bit of a lip inside where the bushings fit. Make sure to check the ball joint while you are down there, if its loose you might as well replace it while you have the A-arm out. Tony did a similar procedure when his ball joint went out, replaced the arm and joint.
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