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Just curious if a suspension shop will take a junkyard spring, install new bushings and then install it on my truck. If so, about how much would this cost? Any recommendations for a good suspension shop?
Can't get the old bushing out?I suppose I could do that. I tried to press the old bushings out on my own at work and I couldn't get it, I assumed that even with more people things still wouldn't go so well. If I can't get it by the time I get the rest of the truck done I guess I'll post a wanted.
Thanks CC and PP,
Nice. Is it possible to torch out a bushing with the bolt still in place? Mine are both still there and that was 90% of the issue trying to remove the old bushings I think.Also, be careful, wear goggle/glasses/face mask, if you have one. LOL, I had a pic somehwere where swampjeep was torching out a bushing, it exploded and left burned rubber all over his face. He looked like wiley coyote just had a bomb go off in front of him...
I didn't end up needing my air hammer after all as there is no sleeve to speak of, there's some rusty metal that is flaking off of the sides of the inner part of the spring where the bushings used to reside but nothing resembling a sleeve.I didn't even realize there was a sleeve. Now I have to dig out my air hammer