The stock tie rod end on the right compared to the Ford Racing bump steer kit on the left. The tie rod end can be lowered about 1.5″ to be in the same plane as the control arm.
Howard presses the lower control arm front pivots in on a hydraulic press.
The front pivot bushings are in place and ready to go.
The rear lower control arm pivot bushings are greased up before installation.
The bushing is pushed onto the lower control arm. Grease is then applied to the outside of the bushing.
Next the chassis bracket is pushed on the bushing.