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Old 09-11-2023, 06:24 PM
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Default sub frame bushings R&R

is it possible to replace the bushings without dropping the complete sub frame car was restored with aftermarket bushings but i found a nos set
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Yes, I've done it back years ago. support car carefully by the rockers then use floor jack to lower sub enough to swap the bushings.
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Yes. Shouldn't be a problem.
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Also maybe loosen a few steel line (Brake-Fuel) as needed,
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I need to do this.
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Default Sample of Bushing (F body)

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Default 1968 Swap import Bushings for NORS GM parts

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Mine No Motor,
One side at a time, Front end loose A partial Project car.
Loosening Fuel and brake lines clips/retainers.
Jack body at rocker to gain separation distance.
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