Once the stock bushings were removed, it was a simple task to press the two piece Whiteline urethane bushings in place with a vice.
We were also able to push the bushings in by hand, but it was somewhat tight.
Howard greased up all of the steel bushing inserts before installation. This is the eccentric insert for the upper link that allows for camber adjustment.
The knuckle now has all of the new hard Whiteline bushings in place.
Howard next removes the lower arm.
The front lower arm bushing will be replaced with a Whiteline urethane part, but the rear bushing needs to articulate in several directions to prevent bind so we will keep the OEM part.