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      02-14-2009, 09:35 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by stressdoc View Post
I will ask too. I was having the rear sway put in at the same time, so figured with the exhaust off etc. and lowering the subframe it would be not too much more trouble to press the bushings in. The rear is finished, so it must not have been too bad. I think Harold says it is a 4-5 hour job.
From what I understand though, you need a hydraulic press to get the bushings out.
This is why I was asking.

I did the rear sway myself, but I didn't know about the rear bushings at the time.
It would have been nice to see if they were easy to just swap out like you say.
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