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Jan 30, This is a quick runthrough on the removal and replacement of the lower control arm bushings and balljoint on a Corvette at my shop, Jaw Droppin Customs. Aug 16, This is not a control arm, it is a GM bolt rear end.
It uses the same type of rubber bushing. We used the manual method to remove this one. The work-around on this method is to use an air-hammer and chisel the edges of the shell, driving a series of wedges around the shell.
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This will shrink the shell enough to allow you to drive the shell out of the arm without damaging the arm. Dec 30, Replacing the control arm bushings in the Replacing the control arm bushings in the Can easily replace press-in type upper control arm bushing on most rear wheel drive vehicles. Mechanical screw power quickly removes the worn bushing and /5(3).
Oct 10, One of the more confusing project is how to remove bushings on the GM A-Body and G-Body platforms is the rear axle housing bushing.
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We use a set of all thread, washers, and nuts to make a DIY bushing removal tool, this also works for replacing bushings as well. Companies do offer an all-in-one bushing tool if you’re interested in just purchasing check them out below!