|05-08-2013 11:24 AM|
|Keeter6227||For some reason this part scares me lol!! I think I'llpay a shop to do it I have the bushings and new bolts so not worried about that , just taking it on I am|
|05-08-2013 10:07 AM|
|roadyrob||the big thing with replacing the bushings is the amount of rust you have. I did mine in about 2hrs but my jeep spent its whole life in fla. so no rust. if you have rust problems spray them with pb blaster every day for about a week. some of the nuts are inclosed so you will have to drill a very small hole in the body from the inside. when you do the bushings loosen them all then remove them from one side, use a jack with a piece of wood against the body and slightly lift the body enough to remove the bushings.|
|05-08-2013 09:32 AM|
|95YamJam||When I did my replacement/lift I had a few bolts that broke. I had to cut out the body nuts and replace them. I guess you could start with on blasting them all then try to get the old bolts out. Start with one side at a time and see what happens.|
|05-08-2013 08:19 AM|
Body mount replacement not body lift install!!!???
Ok so I need to put my new poly body mount bushings in but have know Idea were to start, can anybody help me with this process and doing them at home better or just pay a shop to deal with them??? And what is the process of installing the new ones !?