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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION. Fits: A, B, E Body. THIS TOOL FACILILTATES THE REMOVAL OR INSTALLATION OF THE UPPER CONTROL ARM BUSHINGS. TO PULL AN OLD BUSHING OUT, PLACE THE CYLINDER OF THE TOOL ON THE OUTSIDE OF THE CONTROL ARM, INSERT THE THREADED ROD AND TIGHTEN IT TO EXTRACT THE BUSHING. TO INSTALL A NEW BUSHING. Here is an old school method that works well in removing your old worn out lower control arm bushings in your Mopar.

Other Names: Control Arm, Right, Control Arm, Upper Left, Control Arm, Upper Right, af, Arm More Names Replaces: AC, AE Description: MoparOnlineParts offers genuine Upper Control Arms for select Chrysler or Dodge vehicles. Other Name: Arm-Lower Control; Lower Control Arm, Upper Control ArmPosition: Front LowerReplaces: AB, AA Your Price:Retail Price:Remove Upper Control Arm Bushing To remove the upper control-arm bushings, we use a 1/2-inch jackscrew as shown.

Step two is to fully unwind the torsion-bar adjustment screws, located under the lower control-arm.

The large pipe fitting to the left receives the bushing as it is pressed out, and is ground with a step to clear the flange at the edge of the control arm. May 01, 6 BBL/Six Pack Member. Lift Off Hoods. Forever! Posts: Re: upper and lower control arm rebuild and detail.

Reply #2 - 05/06/11 at On the uppers.

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I built my own"jack screws" out of all 1/2" all thead, washers, a few nuts and a couple of appropriate sized sockets to push them in/out with. Fairly cheap to do. Mar 12, This is on a 69 road runner. I parted many cars in the 70's but most were E body cars but never noticed this on them and have pushed out the bushings on several of them.

There's still a couple of upper control arms up in the attic and will for sure take. Dec 15, For suspension parts which just pivot (as in GM or other upper control arm bushings), then poly might help locate them better for a little better handling precision.

But for bushings which absorb road forces, as in the lower control arm bushings (typically GM.