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However, a few cans of spray cleaner later, I found out the spring bushing on.

Oct 15, Keep the jack under the rear end.

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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.

Aug 29, Thanks to N2O_ZR2 on ZR2USA for the part number for the leaf spring bushing kit for our trucks. without his help, it would have taken me a bit longer to find the correct kit (had conflicting info on leaf bushing size) it took me about hours to remove/install, but really i was taking my time and going slow.

S10 ZR2,XXX miles Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins. Removing an old leaf spring bushing on my 99 Tacoma. Remove the bushings from the spring eyes using a dead blow hammer and appropriately sized socket to drive the bushings free.

If any of the bushings are seized to the spring eyes (this is not uncommon) you may need to apply heat to free them from the spring. Feb 26, a box of FOUR spring bushings for the rear eye of the front leaf springs on both old dodges. I did the Town Wagon over the weekend, and I found the right rear bushing was just about totally destroyed. This box of bushings were from ESPO Springs and Things, five bucks each for the two piece poly.

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.