Download Using a hydraulic press, remove both bushing and sleeve. Clean and lube I.D of control arm, install poly bushings, lube I.D of poly bushings and install supplied sleeve. LOWER LINKS and SPINDLE When pressing out bushings, it is good practice to remove and replace one at a time to maintain good rear alignment. Mark cam eccentrics prior to removal to aid in re-alignment. Use a hydraulic press and a few different tubing sizes to press out bushings from different positions. 1.400”O.D for upper control arm and rear lateral link 1.500”O.D for rear toe link and lateral link. Use a puller tool (pictured below) with a 1-5/16”O.D tubing to press out the spindle to trailing arm bushing. This can be done without removing the rear spindle from car. Lubricate the inside diameter of spindle eye and install poly bushings, lubricate inside diameter of bushing and install supplied sleeve.