I've changed out the busings in the steering box cover, it's not too
difficult. You need a "cape chisel" to remove the old bushing,
basically this chisel is very narrow, and cuts a slot in the old
bushing. Be carefull not to nick the hole that the bushing sits in.
Then, just pry the bushing out. I learned this at the tranny shop,
where we had to remove similar bushings when working on automatic
If your kit does not have the short bushing, you can use a lathe (or a
hacksaw if you're careful) to cut a long bushing to fit the cover. GM
used to sell these bushings...I have an old box with the part number
somewheere around here!
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