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rear spring bushing
#1364746 Sat Jun 13 2020 01:42 PM
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1954 chevy 3100 rear spring front brass spring eye bushing . When you press new bushing in spring eye they become distored very tight on bolt . Need to run reamer or file inside of brass bushing is this NORMAL???? Any advice THANK YOU IN ADVANCE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Re: rear spring bushing
jrhackett #1364747 Sat Jun 13 2020 01:50 PM
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When I did mine I had one that was tight. Just had a burr on the edge. Cleaned it up with a bearing scraper.i would not use a file.




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