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Old 12-24-2002, 11:55 AM   #1
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Default At home SPT bushing install

I am buying the SPT wagon stabilizer kit (sway and bushes) and plan to do them myself. Anyone have experience installing them?

I have seen posts where the front T/V link were done themselves, so that is OK. But I was wondering what is involved in the installation of the rear lateral link bushings? The sub frame bushings I may take a pass, but if you have done these, please tell!

I am looking for things like if I need a press or not, length of time for the job etc.

I am installing new struts/springs and want to do it all at once. I am very mechanically inclined with some decent tools, I have never installed these type of bushings though.

Thanks,

schnell.
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Old 12-24-2002, 12:14 PM   #2
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Forget it! I got it.

I just tried another search ( I know, I know) and saw nhluhr's 'pressing in the STI bushings' thread.

Thanks anyway.

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