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Old 02-17-2014, 10:54 AM   #1
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Upper Control arm bushing replacement

Hi all I thought I would share how I installed my prothane control arm bushings. I bought them from AZproperformance, and it was a great price. These are the inserts and not the whole shell. I started with an initial clean up in the hot tank to get the crud off. As you can see from the pics my bushings were shot. I then removed the nuts and washers, hit the shaft and collar with PB blaster and mounted the arm in the vise.
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