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Use Code: SAVE4FALL. Menu. XtremepowerUS Upper Control Arm Bushing Removal Tool Repair for Ford, GM & Chrysler with Carrying Case. out of 5 stars. FREE Shipping by Amazon. Only 3 left in stock. Hello, Sign in. Account & Lists Returns & Orders. Cart. Pardon the blooper in the beginning, took me almost three year to catch!This is a very detailed guide on how to remove all 4 of your control arms, as well as. Learn how simple it is to replace control arm & trailing arm bushings, or knuckle bushings(as shown in this video) by using the DIY press tool shown in this.

RE: Bushing removal tool? IP: Logged Message: To remove old bushings, I use a drill with an 1/8" bit and install between the inner sleeve and the rubber bushing, as the drill runs, the bit rotates around the sleeve losening the grip the rubber has on it, and it starts to push the inner sleave out at the same time.

Nov 23, I'd just buy the pickle fork so you don't have to worry about smashing up a rental tool. The one at O'Reilly was the same price to buy or rent it. It's like 6. I wasn't aware there was a separate bushing removal tool. I just rednecked it with a ball joint press. If there's a special tool for it, that will certainly make it easier. In this Dodge Dakota Front Suspension Control Arm Bushing Replacement video we are upgrading the factory worn rubber bushings and replacing them with polyure.

Apr 25, However, it looks like even after I get that piece out, I still will not have room to accomplish the removal of the old bushing sleeve or the installation of the new bushing (already in a sleeve). So, after re-reading RT's post below, it looks like I need to keep on taking things apart until I have completely removed the lower control arm.