RideTech 85000009 Bushing Removal/Install Tool GM Factory Arms
Our Bushing Tool kit makes it easier for you to remove and replace the bushings in your GM Muscle car control arms. With this tool you can press out and install bushings with simple hand tools. This easy to use tool is a great alternative for enthusiasts who do not have access to a press. Use the collars in conjunction with wrenches to physically remove the bushings while the unique handle prevents the A-arms from bending during the process. Includes all necessary hardware to remove upper and lower control arm bushings.
This part number can be used with the following GM control arms: "A" Body, "F" Body, "G" Body. Examples: 1967-1981 Camaro and Firebird, 1964-1972 Chevelle, Malibu, GTO, 442, Cutlass, Skylark lemans, tempest and 78-87 Monte Carlo Regal, Grand National, Grand Prix.
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