Don't bother burning them out. Just be careful of the outer sleeve if you are doint polyurethanes as they rest in the old ones. Rubber is best and comes with. Nov 17, I'm in the process of removing the trailing arm bushings in my car. I've tried several methods, and nothing seems to be very productive or efficient.
I tried burning the bushings out, but that simply made a mess. Then, I tried to build a bushing removal tool I found on shrubtrim.buzz, and that only managed to remove the inner bolt sleeve. Here at the Roswell Home Depot, we are delighted to provide an array of home services in Roswell-Alpharetta, GA. From heating and air conditioning services to shed installation and bathroom installation, our pros can get the job done correctly!
Our hand-selected professionals are certified and insured. I used a tool specific for bmws that i borrowed from a mechanic friend of mine. Made it a piece of cake. Hello, Has anyone ever removed e34 trailing arm bushings without removing the arms entirely, or torch/sawing them out?
I'm looking for either a tool, or something I can make that will allow me to press out the bushings from under the car. I just did this with the subframe bushings with a small shim and some heat and it.