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Rear Axle Bushing Remover / Installer Tool

Discussion in 'A4/A4 cabriolet/S4 forum(B6 chassis)' started by Turbo_Boss, Feb 16, 2014.

  1. Turbo_Boss

    Turbo_Boss New Member

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    Hey Guys,

    I talked with my mechanic and he toll me that he dont have a Rear Axle Bushing Remover / Installer Tool

    He says if I can get the tool for him, he will not charge me anything.

    Since this is my mechanic that fix all the car in my family and I have a good friendship with him, I want to buy these tool and give them to him as a gift BUT dont want to spend too mu$h

    I was looking on the net for a Bushing removal tool and only find a tool that only is a installer but not removal.

    Can you guys let me know what inexpensive tool can do both jobs.

    THX,
     
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  3. dale86

    dale86 Member

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    I could be wrong mate but as for a Bush removal tool some people just normally burn them out if theyre just rubber .
     
  4. B5NUT

    B5NUT Well-Known Member
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    I used an electric jigsaw to remove the old bushes, only takes a couple of minutes.
     
  5. JudderMan

    JudderMan Active Member

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    I'm sure my mechanic guy that did mine just burnt them out with a torch and BFH.
     
  6. S3 GAZ

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    Hammer and chisel on my mk4 golf and a saw to cut through the metal casing.
     
  7. Mike.M

    Mike.M Well-Known Member

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    As above.....but go slow with the saw so not to damage the frame.
     

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