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How to replace rh front radius bush

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SOURCE: for replacing radius arm bushings

Drill out the rivits for the quickest repair, just make sure you use Grade 8 bolt in there place.

Posted on Aug 10, 2009

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SOURCE: 1995 e150 ford van,, 4.9 6cyl i need to replace

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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Posted on Dec 29, 2009

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LOWER IDENTIFICATION:




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