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Mar 17, - F & Larger F-Series Trucks - camber bushing removal - Trying to remove the camber bushing on my f to put in adjustable ones so I can take it to the alignment shop and get it aligned correctly. Only thing is I can't get the old one out. I've hammered on it, pried it with a pry bar, soaked it in. Oct 02, - F & Larger F-Series Trucks - Help removing old camber bushings - I raised the front of my 4x4 F 2 inches to level it and need to put in the aftermarket camber bushings to get the front wheels back in alignment.
When I went to remove the old ones I got the castle nut off but couldn't get the thing. May 10, Pickle fork And trying to remove evenly worked best (not just one side), I also soaked mine with PB blaster for 30 minutes and then Started to remove, also if you have a big sledgehammer, this also helps to loosen up the camber nut bushing by hitting the knuckle/housing that the bushing. It's the only tool that works on any angle OEM bushing removing it quickly and without damage.
It suitable for to '96 Ford Broncos full-size E- and F-series vans and pickups; to '89 Ranger and Bronco II. The puller comes with adapters to pull most aftermarket bushings having 5/5(3).
Jul 28, Adjustment, Caster Camber in 94 Bronco F 4X4 from Body/Chassis Service Manual page;" 1. take alignment measurements 2. raise, take wheels off 3. remove upper ball joint pin & nut 4. loosen lower ball joint nut to end of stud 5. strike inside of spindle near upper & lower BJ's to break loose spindle from BJ's 6.
remove adjuster, use Pit arm puller if needed.