The lateral bushing is pressed out of the lower arm.
Then, Howard pressed the new Whiteline bushing in.
The lower arm with the new Whiteline lateral bushing. We are pretty amazed that Honda made this part of the lower arm so thin and flexible, even though it must support all of the rear tires’ lateral loads.
Like all the bushings, Howard applies a generous coating of Whiteline’s supplied grease to the insides of the bushing.
The lower arm is reinstalled back into the chassis. You can see how the arm is really thin and flexy in section from this angle!
Now it was time to install the Whiteline rear antisway bar.