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Jaguar subframe bushing tools

Hi can any one help me find the right tool that will help me push on my sub frame bushing on my 1989 jaguar XJ6 front end in the back and where to find it..I look at auto store and no one have it they say it a dealer tool you have to get it not a tool that be store at auto stores or know away to pull them off and push on i have one off because it broke so i hit it out with a hammer and screw driver..slowly

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  • Anonymous Dec 02, 2012

    Jonah---He has big problem They are pressed in subframe bushings-- so he says

  • Darrell Williams Dec 02, 2012

    I have a control arm tool kit it to small and different it not a control arm bushing subframe bushing ..and much bigger bushing thanks anyway..

  • Jonah Oneal Dec 05, 2012

    yes i know thought referring to control arm bushings.for subframe bushing best to let garage with a press to press bushings out

  • Darrell Williams Dec 06, 2012

    I wish i can the can on stand already and the front end almost down... need to find the tool that made for the front end of the jaguar i like to rent one but cant find a place that have it

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Pressed in bushings ?

You may have to make something, as you dont
want to buy a special & expensive once in a lifetime
tool.

Try a rental place for a tool.after you Google something
that looks like you need to install them

Posted on Dec 01, 2012

  • Darrell Williams Dec 01, 2012

    Ok Thank that the problem i cant find a place to rent them.. the tool

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Go on line internet you can find control arm bushing tools.

Posted on Dec 02, 2012

Testimonial: "I have a control arm tool kit it to small and different it not a control arm bushing subframe bushing ..and much bigger bushing thanks anyway"

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SOURCE: is the lower control arm hooked on the frame by

2 smaller ones on the lower end of the control arm

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