I wouldn't go bushing, i'd do the whole arm with bushings in. It's more $$, but it's less headache. (the job is kinda a pain already anyway). Which ever you decide, grab some hardware too, cause you'll likely end up cutting a bolt or two (the one by the fuel tank is usually stubborn), and the 10mm nut holdiing the e-brake cable will snap as soon as you look at it. The axle asmb will shift, so you'll need to jack/pry things into place to get things to line up. This is one of those hammer and pry bar type jobs for sure. Good luck
sorry, left the "f" out of "shift"
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on Tue Jun 23, 2009 6:39 pm, edited 1 time in total.