How to remove a leaf spring bushing without using an sort of press. This is the easiest way possible that i've learned works the best and the fastest for re. Like on Facebook stumphauling.buzz on Twitter stumphauling.buzz Getting stuck bolts out of leaf spring bushings without destroying the bushings.
Jack your truck up, stands under the frame in front of the rear leafs, then. Oct 15, Keep the jack under the rear end. Do one end of a single spring at a time, removing the bolt securing the spring into the front pocket and/or the leaf spring and frame bolts on the rear shackle as required. This keeps the rear end properly located. 3. Remove the bolt and lower the jack completely to perform the repair described below.
A quick look at how we get the bushings out of the rear leaf springs. A quick look at how we get the bushings out of the rear leaf springs. A simple way to remove the leaf spring bushings off a f Superduty. Note the front rear bushings don't require the bigger washer due to a smaller eyel. Front Leaf Spring Bushings for Chevy 1/2 and 3/4 ton - Superlift Springs Only. This bushing kit contains enough bushings and sleeves to complete a pair of front springs.
SHOW MORE. Feb 27, 1. Cut through the metal bushing with a hacksaw cutting it into halves. 2. Soak it in PB blaster or dishwashing soap (i like the soap) 3. Place a large socket on the backside that the bushing will slide into and use a deepwell socket slightly smaller than the outer lip of the bushing. 4. Place it in your vice or press and push them out. Aug 19, Shackle pin bushings is what i figure you are refering to.
We replace shacle pin bushings all the time. The spring bushings will be no problem with removal or installing (you may want to slice them as stated above and no need to remove the spring). the frame brackets are a different story. we just replace them as they are a bargain. frame brackets are IH part# c1 for all our.