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With just a few brake tools, and some front end tools, you can.

Use a punch to knock out the old bushings. Do not damage the A-arm. Remove the bushings. If the bushing is a one piece type use a press to remove the bushing. Set up the press so that the bushing has room to exit the A-arm. Remove the bushing. Clean away all of the old grease, grime, and rust from the bushing bores.

Jan 04, Step 3: Remove Brake Calipers and Rotor. With the tire out of the way, remove the brakes and rotor, in order to get at the control arm bushings. This is done easily, with the use of regular brake tools. Once you have the brakes and rotors removed from the vehicle, you will have access to the ball joints and the control bushfall.buzzted Reading Time: 2 mins.

Aug 21, Joined Feb 3. Posts. #10 Aug 21, bushings. My previous instructions were for removing the lower shock bushins and not the a-arm bushings. The a-arm bushings you need to remove the outer seals-pry out seals with screwdriver, then you remove the clips on both sides of inner bearing, then remove bushfall.buzzted Reading Time: 4 mins. All Balls A-Arm Bushing Kit, Front -Ride Specific. Wolftech Rear Independent Suspension A-Arm Bushing Kit for Polaris.