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Old 07 Jul 2008, 12:37 am
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Exclamation need bushing press tool...

looking for a trailing arm bushing tool so i can replace the rear bushings in my 91 civic-figured i would throw it out there because one of you might have one i could rent or borrow-if anyone has one i would greatly appreciate....
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Old 07 Jul 2008, 12:35 pm
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Default Re: need bushing press tool...

i was told that the ball joint press can be rented from autozone and is the same thing as the trailing arm press-can anyone confirm this?
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