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Aug 17, A quick AND EASY way to remove the damn rubber bushes from leaf springs. I removed all 4 within 30 minutes! Try it out, may save you lots of cursing and too. Apr 24, Changing a leaf spring bush on an old Rover, the easy way. Chassis Bush removal puller Posted on January 6, by stumpcut.bar I’ve just replaced the front passenger side spring chassis bush ready for the MOT test tomorrow. Jun 16, 1) Once you get the old shackle bolt out, use a 1/8th inch drill to drill holes close together all the way around into the rubber between the two metal tubes of the old bushing.
If you drill close together you'll weaken the rubber enough to grab it with a pair of vise grips and twist it right out. Subscribe cutting willow tree roots follow more Land Rover repairs and tricks!The old hacksaw and chisel to remove the old bushings. Plus how to press the new ones stumpcut.barl note.
Mar 14, Changing a couple of shackle bushes on my Land Rover There are easier jobs to do, but it's more time consuming than difficult - using taper drifts I. May 29, If you want the bushes to remain intact, then some kind of pushing tool is you only option - a press of some description (hydraulic, or screwthread based) or a close fitting dolly and a big hammer.
If your home brew threaded stud tool is working, then it might be worth persevering with that - however, you need to look at the studding you are using.
Carefully remove the two brackets on either side that hold the springs against the detent balls. Once you’ve removed the brackets and the springs, dab a little grease in the holes to stop the detent balls rolling out and disappearing.