Product description. The OTC A Truck Front Leaf Spring, Pin and Bushing Service Set delivers 10 tons of hydraulic force to remove and install truck front spring eye bushing assemblies quickly and easily.
Services bushings with diameters from /4 inch through /8 inch and pin diameters from 7/8 inch through /8 inch/5(21). Give us a call and we'll look it up for free if you purchase the tools or parts from us! Leaf Spring Bushing Remover & Installer This special tool is used to remove and install the Rear Spring Front Bushing in RS/RG Mini-Vans.
(Caravan, Grand Caravan, Grand Voyager, Town & Country, Voyager) - System (17 - Rear Suspension)Brand: SPX/Bosch (OTC Rotunda Kent-Moore Miller). Tiger Tool Pin & Bushing Core Kit. The Tiger Tool services both rubber-isolated and threaded pins & bushings while the suspension remains on the vehicle. Features: No need to handle or remove heavy suspension assemblies. Reduce shop service times on jobs by up to 70 percent. 20 tons of pulling power for efficient pin removal and Brand: Tiger Tool.
Truck Front Leaf Spring and Bushing Service Set. Delivers 10 tons of hydraulic force to remove and install truck front spring eye bushing assemblies quickly and easily. Services bushings with diameters from /4" through /8".
Handles all popular OE and aftermarket components. Service bushing assemblies, in many cases, without. trailing end of the spring eye and chassis bushings. Step 3: Remove the shackles from the trailing end of the front leaf springs on both sides of the vehicle. The vehicle can now be raised or the axle lowered to provide easy access to the Spring Eye Pin and Bushing. Yard Waste Yard waste (leaves, grass clippings, small sticks, etc.) is collected for 4 weeks during the spring and 6 weeks during the fall.
Please see the collection guide for the next scheduled collection period. Yard waste is collected on the same 5-day schedule as trash and recycling. Oct 15, Keep the jack under the rear end. Do one end of a single spring at a time, removing the bolt securing the spring into the front pocket and/or the leaf spring and frame bolts on the rear shackle as required.
This keeps the rear end properly located. 3. Remove the bolt and lower the jack completely to perform the repair described below.