If you have a 1.5 inch hole saw and a 1 inch wire brush for your drill you will have the OEM bushing out in a few minutes. I used the Prothane bushing. Over night in the freezer and with plenty of grease the bushing goes right in and then knock the sleeve in with a heavy blow hammer. Took some time to get the control arm lined back up with the holes of the new bushing but it finally went.
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