Message text written by "Rick Barnard"
> This is a miserable job, but sometimes necessary.
> First, take out the engine.
Sometimes I think this is easier than trying to do it with the engine in
place. Moral: if you have the engine out for any reason, replace the
> Actually, try this first: take a strong razor knife and cut the
>bushing in half accross it's diameter. Warm the halves up a little in
>hot water, and install. Mine have been fine for 4 years.
I would add: apply a drop of super glue (r) (cyanocrylic cement) to the
mating ends of the bushings just for insurance.
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