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Finally available at IDParts, this rear axle bushing tool makes pressing in new rear axle bushings a breeze.

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Works on all MkIV Golf, Jetta and New Beetle. Uses two large, stump grinding bromsgrove, 11968 Southampton NY plates to squeeze the bushing into the axle without needing to remove the axle or use a press! Plates are squeezed together by a threaded rod (similar to a rear brake tool).5/5(4). 5-piece tool set designed specifically to press-in the bushings that are located in the rear axle twist-beam of MKIV Golf’s and Jetta’s.

There were absolutely no instructions included but it wasn't that hard to figure out.

These oil-filled bushing can crack and leak over time, causing clunks and poor handling. This tool makes it possible to service these bushings on the vehicle without removing the r.

Mar 02, I'm not aware of the existence of a rear bushing removal tool, other than a shop press or a sawzall/hacksaw & big fun hammer. My symptoms were a feeling in the pit of my stomach that there was a loose wheel or axle stub that was Estimated Reading Time: 1 min. The Upper Axle Bushing Remover & Installation Tool enables you to easily remove the old bushings and install new bushings in your A-Body or G-Body rear axle.

The Remover/Installer works on stock and aftermarket A-Body/G-Body rear axles. Be the first to write a review for this product! USDRetail price: USDCTA Tools Bushing Remover/Installer Kit - BMW is expertly engineered and crafted to the exacting standards expected from CTA is designed to allow the replacement of the rear-axle carrier ball joint with the carrier in offers service for: E38, E39, E52, E53, E60, E61, E63, E64, E65, and EApplications include: BMW i, i Wagon, i, i Wagon, 4/5(15).

Jan 08, tool to press in my rear bushings. Works perfectly. I disconnected brake lines so I could let the rear axle beam drop down. I removed old bushings with air chisel.

and then used my bearing tool to push in new bushing. Took about 20 minutes per side. 'course when I reconnected my brake lines and went to bleed the brakes.