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Diagram for removal and installation of radius control arm bushing on 1995 ford thunderbird

I need the diagram to show how to remove and install radius arm bushing on a 1995 ford thunderbird

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Hi Darrell,
No the springs will remain in place,You will need new bolts and nuts before you start the job,they are 1/2 x one inch.you'll need five of them.unfortunately there are three large rivets you will need to torch off besides the other three bolts and nuts. Remove the radius arm nut and outer bushing before you loosen the arm.
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