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how do you install L.Control Arm Siberian Bushing #1105134 07/18/19 05:30 AM
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I've heard most folks buy whole new arm. I've got OEM bushings and don't know the method other than "use Mitsu special tool number..." To make situation more difficult I bought some Siberian Bushings andthey have a squared lip making t look even more dificult to install.
The Siberian brand is a non squeeky kind of Urethane. The rear trailing arm were easy o do and I have confidence they won't dry out and shrink any time soon.
One of the plugs fell out of my left T'bar mount. I think they were pressed in. Do you think sleeve retainer would hold? or spot weld it?


dave h.
'89 Raider V6 5spd;Aisin Hubs;; Gen2 LS: frt. brakes, rear coils;U.C.arms;R.trailing arms;idler arm; rear LSD axle w.disc brakes ;2 battery system for Dog's fan; relocated ECU; custom bumpers;J.Baker receiver;Conferr roofrack; t-bar crank.
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Re: how do you install L.Control Arm Siberian Bushing [Re: KrzyDav] #1105272 09/28/19 09:34 AM
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I'm about completed on Bushing job.
The Siberian Bushings were easier than I thought it would be.
Lower arm front bushing went in useing big C clamp.
LCA to frame went in useing long bolt, varius washers and a piece of pipe.
UCA went in useing a bench mounted wood vice.
The hard part was removal of old bushings. Drillin rubber- make sure your bit is not set too long as it can grab and mess up washers on Gen 2 UCA.
The UCA Siberian Bushings are very elastic/ flexable. I was surprized how much they compressed and flared out when cranking down on the big washers on the Gen 2 UCAs.
I'm pleased with how the Siberians went in, and I've never been a fan of urethane, but now I think I'm on board.


dave h.
'89 Raider V6 5spd;Aisin Hubs;; Gen2 LS: frt. brakes, rear coils;U.C.arms;R.trailing arms;idler arm; rear LSD axle w.disc brakes ;2 battery system for Dog's fan; relocated ECU; custom bumpers;J.Baker receiver;Conferr roofrack; t-bar crank.
Re: how do you install L.Control Arm Siberian Bushing [Re: KrzyDav] #1105273 09/28/19 10:44 AM
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Hey Dave,
Thanks for the info! Replacing bushings is close to next on my list for my GEN1. I’d be interested in how it went for you as I wasn’t sure if I could complete in a weekend.


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Re: how do you install L.Control Arm Siberian Bushing [Re: KrzyDav] #1105276 10/03/19 10:53 AM
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This is way more than a over the weekend job, esp. if you haven't done it before. Most time consumed is removing old bushing out of frame. My truck has been in CA most of its life so no rust to deal with. I recently picked up a 2nd car and I'm retired so I can go on wild goose chases for forgotten parts and unusual tools, etc.


dave h.
'89 Raider V6 5spd;Aisin Hubs;; Gen2 LS: frt. brakes, rear coils;U.C.arms;R.trailing arms;idler arm; rear LSD axle w.disc brakes ;2 battery system for Dog's fan; relocated ECU; custom bumpers;J.Baker receiver;Conferr roofrack; t-bar crank.







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