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If the subframe needs to lowered to get the Powerflex in, then that's a whole new issue I have to sort out.

#3 Oct 18, It's the subframe removal and installation that takes so much time. With the proper tools, replacing the bushings themselves isn't too bad. Without those tools however, it's. Feb 07, After extensive reading here about rear subframe bushing removal and replacement, I can see that no two people seem to agree on how difficult the job is, or frankly on how best to do the job. I see a lot of mention of the sawzall method, huge hammers, pullers,tools, torchs, dish soap, etc., but about the only thing everyone agrees on is.