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Leaf Spring Bushing replacement
#1354705 Sun Apr 12 2020 03:00 AM
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Rusty Rod is having trouble getting the old leaf spring bushings out of the 67 Suburban K20. Any ideas? methods?


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Re: Leaf Spring Bushing replacement
Rusty Rod #1354724 Sun Apr 12 2020 04:36 AM
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Use a hack saw blade and cut through the bushing and drive it out or if it's off of the truck, press it out.

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Re: Leaf Spring Bushing replacement
Rusty Rod #1354785 Sun Apr 12 2020 04:37 PM
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thanks Mike, I tried my sawzall, but the blade was too big.. i'm too lazy to try it with a hacksaw. And I'd rather not take them off if I don't have to.


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Re: Leaf Spring Bushing replacement
Rusty Rod #1354791 Sun Apr 12 2020 04:48 PM
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