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Old 10-04-2012, 01:47 PM   #25
Mango
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Originally Posted by cposk View Post
I've seen a thread where someone used a socket and a threaded rod to get them in. Put the socket over the hole in the back, stick the threaded rod/long bolt through the socket through the hole through the bushing, put a washer on the outside on the bushing and crank a nut down on top of it.
kinda like the MIS rtab tool.. wonder if i could work that somehow.. but then the thread is probably too big
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