These bushings have several pieces that go in a particular order. Make sure to follow the instructions. Have I told you to pay attention? No? Pay attention.
The little cap piece goes on top of the crush tube (that’s what Superpro calls it), and then a metal washer goes on top of that before the factory bolt is used to attach everything back to the subframe. Pay… what is it? Oh, yeah, pay attention.
You’ll need to get the bushing onto this post when reinstalling the subframe. I can’t imagine trying to do this on my back on the floor with jacks. In reality there are two posts to line up with, and then the rear bushing carriers each have to line up with four holes. No thanks.
We hoisted the subframe into place using the transmission jack and then measured to see what part of the chassis was hiding the upper control arm’s nut.
Bart then marked the center, top, and bottom. And then, the cutting.