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08-08-2012 09:29 PM
951Jason Get a bigger hammer!

I removed mine using a socket (same size as the bushing) on top of it and tapped it out using the a dead blow hammer. They will come out, they are simply tighter then shat. Once it starts to push out, flip the whole thing over and rest it on the socket and tap the shaft portion of the sway bar link, it will push it right out. Use a rubber mallet or a plastic dead blow hammer.
08-08-2012 09:08 PM
Teraflex Quick Disconnect Bushing Removal

Working on installing Teraflex sway bar quick disconnects. The instructions say to push out the metal bushing on the bottom of the disconnect. I am having problems getting those bushings out. They simply won't move.

Anyone got any ideas on how to do this or what I am doing wrong?


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