The reverse eyes are formed as part of the production process.
Oct 20, The best way to remove these bushings is to use a torch and set the rubber on fire. Let it burn one to two minutes then hit the eye so the rubber and the inner sleeve falls out. Then use a punch and a hammer and catch the end of the outer sleeve and curl it treegrinding.barted Reading Time: 1 min. Oct 11, How to remove a leaf spring bushing without using an sort of press. This is the easiest way possible that i've learned works the best and the fastest for re.
Oct 15, Do one end of a single spring at a time, removing the bolt securing the spring into the front pocket and/or the leaf spring and frame bolts on the rear shackle as required. This keeps the rear end properly located. 3. Remove the bolt and lower the. May 27, Jack up the truck and place on jack stands set on frame in front of your rear tires. Remove tail lights and disconnect wires, follow the wires to underneath the bed and there will be tapped on to the bed, remove them from there so they don't hold the bed back when your about to lift it treegrinding.barted Reading Time: 10 mins.
Lower the jack to allow the spring eyes to drop below the hanger.
Feb 08, With the suspension lowered, you can remove the assembly that holds the suspension bushing. There will be at least one on each side. To remove the assembly, fit a socket on the outside and an open end wrench on the inside of the center bolt. It'll be a tough one, but loosen the bolt.
Step 1. Remove the bushings from the spring eyes using a dead blow hammer and appropriately sized socket to drive the bushings free. If any of the bushings are seized to the spring eyes (this is not uncommon) you may need to apply heat to free them from the spring. You’ll likely end up with the bushings metal sleeve still in the spring. You can drive that out with a chisel and hammer. If you cut it, it makes it even easier. You can cut it with a sawzall, or with a hacksaw.
If you use a hacksaw, you’ll have to remove the blade, slide it through the bushing hole, and then re-attach the hacksaw to the blade.