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The bushings at the front of the spring don't have the same kind of bolt.

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.

Add the other shackle and nuts.

3. Remove the bolt and lower the. Remove the original bushings by pressing out of the spring.

Clean the spring eye and remove any burrs or material left from the original bushing. Press the new bushing into the spring eye paying careful attention to the alignment of the bushing. Next is the rear shackle bushings. These will be much easier. Take the top and lower nuts off. Then slide the shacke out of the spring. This shows how the bolts are connected to the shackles. You may need to use a pry bar. Remove the shackles from the springs and frame. Toss the old rubber bushings and clean up the shackles.

Add the polyurethane bushings. This outer shell is only about 1/16″ thick. 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.

Does anyone have any suggestions on how to remove those bolts?

Then use a punch and a hammer and catch the end of the outer sleeve and curl it treecutting.buzzted Reading Time: 1 min. May 29, Those were the bushings at the shackles. The bushings at the front of the spring don't have the same kind of bolt. There is a nut, which I can get off, but I can't seem to push the bolt through.

I assume it is stuck to the old rubber bushings, and since there is no hex head on the bolt, I.