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How do I replace the compliance bushings? Are these the same as CV boots?

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SOURCE: COMPLIANCE BUSHINGS ARE CRACKED, DO THEY HAVE TO

if they are just cracked slightly, no. i wouldnt worry about them until they actually start to physically distort.

Posted on Mar 20, 2010

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LOWER BALL JOINTS HAS TO BE REMOVED AND PRESSED OUT OF THE STEERING KNUCKLE IT TAKES 3 HRS FOR BOTH SIDES. ONE SIDE ABOUT 1 HOUR 30 MINUTES. YOUR FINISH TIME DEPENDS ON SKILLS IN THE FIELD, SPEED AND RIGHT TOOLS JOB CAN BE DONE FAST.LABOR TIME 3 HRS BOTH SIDES.

Posted on May 13, 2011

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The control arms will need to be removed on both sides to service these bushings. A special joint press is used to remove and replace them. Removing the old steel part of the bushings is usually the hardest part due to wear and corrision. This is not an easy job for the do-it-yourselfer. I hope this helps.

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