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Aug 28, The 1st bushing out of the spindle you can pry under the brim of the bushing and use a punch on the inside edge of the bushing. They’re not that tight. The combination of the two, working back and forth around the diameter, and being gentle will result in the bushing coming out without damage.
Oct 19, There's a groove where the two bushings come together, you should be able to get a screwdriver or small chisel on the edge and work them out.
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Just be careful not to dig into the aluminum spindle too much. Once one is out, you can take and push the other one out with a driver of some sort.
I used a socket that was 'just' the right size. Replacing the Control Arm Bushings in a Polaris Ranger Crew. Step Remove the old bushings and the pivot shafts from the control arms. Step Clean the pivot shafts and remove all the old grease. Step Gently tap the new bushings into the A-arms using a soft-blow hammer.
Step Dec 28, Any ideas on how to remove the pivot bushing from a '00 touring spindle. I have the ski off but that metal bushing will not budge, I am sure it's probably never been greased.
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I have some wear in it so it must come out. Thanks. Find everything you need to maintain and repair your Polaris snowmobile. Access the maintenance schedule, lube specifications chart, maintenance checklist and shop for snowmobile OEM service and replacement parts including lubricants, oil, brake fluid, all season grease, antifreeze and fogging oil.