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I just installed mine and they are a pain. I did the same to press one side in and then used a c-clamp to press the other side one installed in the arm. A bench vise would work quicker.


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did your sleeves roll around inside the bushings? mine didn't like as If they were stuck? idk if that's how they are supposed to be.
 

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did your sleeves roll around inside the bushings? mine didn't like as If they were stuck? idk if that's how they are supposed to be.
Once the arms are bolted into place they will move.
 

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A couple of months ago I put on a pair of SATV high clearance boxed a arms, and installed Garage products bushings while it was apart. I've used GP's on other machines in the past with great results. The factory bushings didn't look bad after 1800 miles.

Some grease, a block of wood, and a dead blow were all it took to get them tapped into the arms. It was the easiest part of the whole process.

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