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Front Sub Frame bushing 1995 Ford Taurus

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It takes about a half an hour this is what you need to know th subframe holds all of your suspension wheel etc. they need to put car up on a lift get a seperate lift or its like abar they can hold the part they need lifted up drop the bolts out on the side they are replacing becuase you have 4 bolts holding the cradle in so they take out the 2 bolts out and exchange the bushing and then put it the bolts back in Please rate my response thank you very much

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