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You will need access to a hydraulic press to replace the new bushing.

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Jan 26, Remove the bushing manually by striking it out with a hammer. This is the most difficult and least effective method for removing the bushing, but if you don’t have a hydraulic or threaded press it will work with some patience. Be careful not to hit the control arm, focusing each strike on the bushing until it flattens enough to be slid out%(22).

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Oct 02, My research led me to use the factory supplied hydraulic jack which removed the front lower bushing but could not completely remove the rear. It took me 3 days to finally remove the sleeve from the housing after a trial of bearing extractor with a receiver as the traction and an old bearing with the 20 ton press.

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In stock and ready to ship. Jan 03, This is a question for those who have actually done the work.

Remove the bushing with a hydraulic press.

We are about to remove a set of valve bushings from our #31, and while we are aware of the usual and traditional techniques of slitting the bushings with a cape chisel or an air arc (yikes!), I am curious as to whether anyone has successfully used a different “outside the box” technique.

Brand: DVO, Product: IGUS Bushing Rear Shock Mount Hardware Kit. A five-piece IGUS bushing spacer kit for mounting rear shocks.

- Compatible with x eyelet shocks using IGUS bushings mounted in the shock eyelet - Select the correct hardware kit for your.