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ok i am still working on that skyjacker lift and i am having a problem with the rearward A-Arm bushing. on the driver side i was able to get it out after trying everything by hiting it out. on the passenger side i have been using the tool that ur supposed to, ball joint service kit. i have heated it up with a torch, tryed hitting it out. it just wont come out and its starting to frustrate me. if anyone has any suggestions, that would be great.
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Garrett
 

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in my exp. u just have to keep working on it and when u get frustrated take a break for a few minutes. or u could get the right tool and c how that works
 

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yeah the driver side took a while as well, but i do have the right tool. i rented it from auto zone. its the ball joint service kit..its just frustrating lol. on the driver side i tried using the ball joint service kit and i havent had any luck with it, then i hit it and it came out. haha. but the passenger side just doesnt want to budge. idk i figured i just needed a break.
 

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my bad read part of ur post wrong. just give it time tho im sure everybody here has had more than one time gettin pissed at their truck
 

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You're probably going to have to just cut or torch the bolt out and buy a new one. I know quite a few 355'er have had this problem. 1st one that pops into my head is Brewer15650 when he put his drop A-arms on..
 
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