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Thread: Maintenance/Repair Instruction

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    I like working on my car and my neighbor always helped me with any Mod/repair. He also had access to All Data. I moved and now I am planning on doing some repairs/maintenance to the car. Would anyone be able to send me a PDF of the procedure to remove and replace the diff bushing and also the same for the shifter linkage? i would appreciate it.

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    Re: Maintenance/Repair Instruction

    Check out the Creative Steel website. They have a pretty good tutorial on the diff bushing. Granted it's their replacement and rental tool, but it pretty much covers it. The shifter has a few threads from about a year ago with the manufactured bushings by one of the posters. Might give you an insight into the procedure.

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    Re: Maintenance/Repair Instruction

    lol I downloaded their diff bushing replacement guide and like you said, It's based on their tool. I don't feel like tying up 250 for renting the tool. As for the linkage i see how it is set up and i am confident that i can complete it without a guide but, i don't want to have unpleasant surprises when i try to remove and replace the linkage. There is no need to make the job any longer than it has to be lol.


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