Mar 28, Lucked up on a press on Craigslist forthat needed the bottle jack replaced. Using the welded washer method it took me a total of 20 minutes to remove the old bushing.
I picked up the tip on this forum to use a 1/2 washer (ground to fit) and recess it in the bushing and spot weld it. Jun 04, Here is an old school method that works well in removing your old worn out lower control arm bushings in your Mopar. Mopar B & E Body lower control arm shaft and bushing kit. These high-strength steel shafts replace old, worn components that cause sloppy handling. Specially designed for polyurethane bushings, these shafts feature a grease channel and zerk fitting to maintain a quiet, low-friction ride.
Polyurethane bushings feature a brand new shell to make Estimated Reading Time: 1 min. Remove Upper Control Arm Bushing To remove the upper control-arm bushings, we use a 1/2-inch jackscrew as shown. The large pipe fitting to the left receives the bushing as it is pressed out, and is ground with a step to clear the flange at the edge of the control arm.
to pull an old bushing out, place the cylinder of the tool on the outside of the control arm, insert the threaded rod and tighten it to extract the bushing. to install a new bushing, place the cylinder of the tool on the inside of the control arm, insert the threaded rod and tighted to pull the bushing into position. Our grease-able pivot shafts come with our polygraphite bushings, as well as the internal shell that is installed in lower control arm.
Part of the lower control arm rebuilding kit also includes our stiffening plates. The stiffening plate is key to 2539 Edgartown MA flex in the lower control arms of the A, B and E body Mopar’s as it has become an.