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Re: 1956 Executive removal of upper control arm bushings.
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Wyatt Hanson
I actually got them out using a upper bushing tool that was made for Gm, Ford and Chrysler I guess the radius was just right to be able to use that tool. It was fairly easy to get them out but I have a feeling pressing the new ones in is gonna be a little bit trickier.

Posted on: 7/24 0:42
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1956 Executive removal of upper control arm bushings.
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Wyatt Hanson
This is my first time working on a Packard. I’m just putting that out there but I have the front suspension disassembled on my 56 executive and I am trying to take the upper control arm bushings out. In the manual it says use a spreader to keep the arms equal distance away from each other which I have made a device to do so but the part I am confused on is getting the actual bushings out. It says to use a socket to get them out but it just seems very vague to me. Any help would be great!

Posted on: 7/23 18:58
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