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With a new bumpstop and the torsion-bar adjustment hardware installed, it was ready to go.

American Muscle Upper Control Arm Bushing Remover Installer Mopar A B and E Body.

Step 8: The spring in the adjuster cable and the lower brake shoe spring are green, and the brake shoe hold-down spring, rod, and caps are clear zinc or cadmium plated.

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Last updated on Jul 14, PDT View all bushcutting.buzz: American Muscle. Fits: A, B, E Body. THIS TOOL FACILILTATES THE REMOVAL OR INSTALLATION OF THE UPPER CONTROL ARM BUSHINGS.

TO PULL AN OLD BUSHING OUT, PLACE THE CYLINDER OF THE TOOL ON THE OUTSIDE OF THE CONTROL ARM, INSERT THE THREADED ROD AND TIGHTEN IT TO EXTRACT THE BUSHING. TO INSTALL A NEW BUSHING. Jun 04, Here is an old school method that works well in removing your old worn out lower control arm bushings in your Mopar. Upper Control Arms. New, powder-coated upper control arms include bushings and ball joints installed.

Choose ''76 A-Bodies (large diameter balljoints only) or B/E Body for ''72 B-Bodies and ''74 E-Bodies. A Body version also fits ''72 A-Bodies if converted to OEM type 5 x" bolt pattern disc brakes. Here at PST we offer these control arms for the A,B and E body Mopar’s.

When you receive our control arm it will come with the ball joint already installed as well as the upper control arm bushings.

The calipers were rebuilt.

Another prone problem that this Mopar’s will have overtime is the upper ball joint Mopar’s specifically in the A, B and E bodies are threaded. Remove Upper Control Arm Bushing To remove the upper control-arm bushings, we use a 1/2-inch jackscrew as shown. The large pipe fitting to the left receives the bushing as it is pressed out, and is ground with a step to clear the flange at the edge of the control arm.