This fixes the tire clearance at the frame rail, but the outer.
Apr 04, Here's the next video showing me battling it out removing my older upper control arm bushings from my Chevelle. My new favorite tool is in use, the pro. Apr 01, You'll need a tool to support the sides of the arm while pressing.
If a press isn't available, drill out the rubber, then with a chisel, collapse the outer shell a bit and tap it out. A lot more work than using a press, but it works well. You'll still need a press to install the new bushhaul.barted Reading Time: 3 mins. 69 chevelle. bushings. Jun 02, If you're using the SPC upper control arms you won't be reusing the knurled studs to mount the upper arms. You'll drill those holes out to 1/2" and use SC&C stainless 1/2" bolts to reassemble.
As such, I used an 8" C clamp and a socket to push the knurled studs into the wheel well and then you can just lift the old upper arms bushhaul.barted Reading Time: 7 mins. Jul 16, Easy Budget Chevy Chevelle Control Arm Replacement. This upper control arm bushing is in dire need of replacement, and the others are just as bad or even worse. and the bushing removal and. Includes all necessary hardware to remove upper and lower control arm bushings. This part number can be used with the following GM control arms: F-Body – Camaro and Firebird; A-Body – Chevelle, Malibu, GTO,Cutlass, Skylark, Lemans, Tempest, etc.
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Feb 06, What's the best way to remove the rear upper control arm bushings from the rearend housing. I'm guessing I'll need a press of some type as they are tight.
The frame design is pretty good as muscle car production frames go.
It's a '68 Chevelle. Upper Control Arm Bushing Removal Tool: Chevelle (GM A-Body) - Control Arm Support Brace: No Recently Viewed Products. All specifications and prices listed throughout the website and linked documents are subject to change. WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm. Apr 24, 71 Chevelle rear control arm bushings Pictures Now Here I finally broke down and replaced the bushings in the rear control arms.
I will have to admit that of all the things I have ever done to a car this is the hardest job ever. I made pullers and presses to remove and install them. I also boxed in the lower arms while I was at it.