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Old 06-13-14, 12:01 PM   #1
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Default Need some quick help with Axel Carrier Rear bushing

Ok guys it's been awhile since I posted this but I just got around to installing it all.

I have a problem with the rear, I have TRD part # 48725-SE120 Which says its for the Carrier Arm Bushing and Rear Lower Arm Bushing #1. So I purchased pretty much every bushing they make in the rear but had 2 that were missing.

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In this pic, does that mean that the arm 48710A on the left side of it with the bushing and screw going in it and the other side which is the spindle which has a bushing are the same? I only bought one set and it says Axel Carrier Bushing on The Package.

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In the same picture with the upper control arm, I only have the right bushing and they don't make a left side. I'm in a hurry and haven't even read my other thread over but I remember someone telling me not to even mess with the upper because they don't go bad plus what good would it do to only have one new bushing and one old one.

Also screw number 90105-14082 on the rear lower control arm bushing is stuck. Me and a friend cut the bushing up, hammered the hell out of the screw, and tried to cut the screw with no luck. I want to heat it up, but there are a lot of rubber parts around that I'm afraid with get effected. What should I do?


Please answer with some quick info so I could order the missing bushing.
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Firstly, sorry dude, but a screw and a bolt are 2 different things. You mean a bolt not a screw.

Secondly, The left and the right are exactly the same. You only bought half the bushings.

Thirdly, how did you hammer the hell out of the bolt with it still on the car and why? You'll need good tools or at least a rattle gun to get it off if it's not moving. You have got a wrench on the nut and the bolt right??

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