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Four trailing arms, or spindle control rods, hold the rear axle in.

Jan 04, C4 Rear Control Arm Bushings. January 4, October 5, CC Tech C4, Suspension, Tech Tips.

Time: 3 hours. Tools: ½” drive metric sockets. Torque Numbers: Spindle control rod to control rod bracket – 63 lb/ft. Spindle control rod to hub carrier – Estimated Reading Time: 6 mins. Oct 15, C4-C6 Corvette Control Arm Urethane Bushing Installation Overview. Over time, the original rubber control arm bushings on C4-C6 Corvettes will wear out and fail. While some owners will want to stick with new rubber bushings as a replacement option, there is another option that has become almost second nature in recent years: urethane bushtrimmers.buzzted Reading Time: 3 mins.

An easy way to get the rubber bushing out of the control arm when you don't have a press.

I also like the sort of job where I can take my Corvette apart on Saturday morning and have it back on the road by Saturday afternoon.

In an earlier video I used a 1/8 drill bit and a pick to get the rubber part of the bushing out. In this video I show an easy way to remove the bushing sleev. Dec 05, redvette89 Standard Member Send Private Message Huron, OH - USA Vette(s): Red Convertible -fun-filled miles - Joined: 12/5/ Posts: Oct 04, These lower control arm bushings from a Corvette Central urethane bushing kit are being pushed in not quite as easily as this photo shows.

I usually start the bushing in the control arm with the arm end sitting on the work bench, then the bushing is pushed into the bore. Note there is no lubricant silicone on the bushings.

C4 Corvette Front Control Arms and Rear Suspension 13 items Suspension and Control Arm Lower Left Reconditioned 2 variations availableControl Arm Lower Right Reconditioned 2 variations availableRear Suspension Knuckle LH Reconditioned. C3 CORVETTE CONTROL ARM BUSHING REPLACEMENT.