Question about Buick Roadmaster
You will need to split off the idler arm's shaft from the center link after you remove the nut and cotter pine with a fork slitter then undo the bolts from the frame from the idler arm
the sway bar bushings are removed by taking off the two blots from each bracke holding the in place onto the bar
the ball joints are riveted in place on top which will need to be ground off..the rivet heads that is
the replacements are bolted on
the lower ball joints are pressed in so a ball joint press is needed
see if any local auto parts store rents this tool such as Auto Zone
Posted on Mar 20, 2011
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