Hey Mitch, I don't think we are talking about the same part-this goes from the I-beam to the frame. I was hoping some one had a website with illustrations -it looks pretty straight forward but never hurts to be prepared! Loretta says "HI"moopups said:This is accomplished by useing a bolt more than twice as long as is the bushing with a couple washers and a nut, last is a suitable socket (diameter). The bolt with its large diameter is inserted through the hollow core, a socket that will pull through the opening is added, the socket must clear the inside of the tunnel but not clear the bushing, it must have major contact with the bushing. Add a second washer above the socket and then the nut, this works best with fine thread, draw down on the nut until the bushing moves. Some applications require heat to work, such as a propane torch.
This is accomplished after the male stem is removed with a tie rod seperator or a ball joint seperator. Either of which cost about $10.00 at your local rip off auto parts dealer, measure the size before going shopping. Say hey to your boss for me!! Remember I met her......!! :haha: