Howard removes the stock front anti-sway bar.
Howard also removes the lower control arm.
Howard removes the stock front lower control arm bushing. It was pretty stuck, so he used a torch to heat the control arm to make it easier to press out the stock bushing.
The stock bushing compared to the Whiteline part. The Whiteline part had smaller cut outs and a solid center section to control unwanted flex while still allowing articulation. The Whiteline bushing is also offset to increase positive caster by 0.5 degrees.
Howard pushes the new Whiteline bushing in.
The rear lower control arm Whiteline bushing is two piece and can be simply pressed in by hand.