Difference between revisions of "Motor mount bushing removal"

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-Long bolt (high grade)
 
-Long bolt (high grade)
-Washers
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-Washers(4) the same size as the bushing
 
-Nut
 
-Nut
-PVC fitting
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-PVC fitting so the bushing would fit inside, but still rest against the hole where it goes.
  
I will post photos later
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Later that night:
  
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I tried making my own puller with hardware listed above, but those little bastards destroyed my bolt threads. I recommend getting all the rubber out of the bushing and using a dremel to cut the metal in half. Took 5 minutes to take both out with this method. You can't reuse them, but that's why you bought new ones right? The little one did actually work using a socket, bolt, nut, and washers.
 
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Revision as of 12:47, 19 November 2010

$2.64 worth of hardware at mom & pops hardware store.

-Long bolt (high grade) -Washers(4) the same size as the bushing -Nut -PVC fitting so the bushing would fit inside, but still rest against the hole where it goes.

Later that night:

I tried making my own puller with hardware listed above, but those little bastards destroyed my bolt threads. I recommend getting all the rubber out of the bushing and using a dremel to cut the metal in half. Took 5 minutes to take both out with this method. You can't reuse them, but that's why you bought new ones right? The little one did actually work using a socket, bolt, nut, and washers.

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