Question about 1995 Chevrolet Blazer
This is a major repair, if one is in need of replacment best to replace them all upper and lower and both sides! It will require some serious down time and support. Doing one side at a time will be the easiet method but it is going to require jack and jack stands and wheel chocks. Working on a vehcile in this condition will require extra safety precautions as you have to remove everything to access the control arms to press out the bushings. If you feel confident in you mechanical skills then it certainly is a weekend project. Serious question is if the bushing is worn to the point of needing replacement then the rest of your front end components are most likely in the same condition and should be checked and serviced as required. After your done the fornt end will require and alignment check as well, most shops include this in their cost estimate but be certain they state that in writting.
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
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