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Finally available at IDParts, this rear axle bushing tool makes pressing in new rear axle bushings a breeze. Works on all MkIV Golf, Jetta and New Beetle. Uses two large, fitted plates to squeeze the bushing into the axle without needing to remove the axle or use a press!5/5(4).

This tool makes it possible to service these bushings on the vehicle without removing the rear axle and brake system, thereby saving significant time and effort.

Typically the old bushing is removed by cutting or burning out the rubber and then slitting or hammering out the bearing shell. This tool is then used to press the new bushing into place.

Jun 19, -Golf mk 5/audi a3 FSI fuel pump, brand new genuine part boxed + seals -audi a3 ( to ) genuine clutch slave cylinder to fit engines BRAND NEW -Rear bush press tool to fit new rear axle bushes on Golf Mk3/4, Audi a3/S3, Seat Leon/Toledo, Skoda Octavia mk 1/2 used once. Feb 19, If the rear hubs are ok, just do the bushes. Part drop the axle on a jack (with wooden plank), making sure you don't overstretch the brake flexis. Then go to town on the bushes. They are pig to remove but with practise you get better at it.

Attack in one Estimated Reading Time: 6 mins. Apr 02, mkiv Rear Axle Bush Install - posted in MkIV (Mk4) Golf & Bora: Hi, I just tried to do a rear axle bush install on axle stands on the drive.



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I didnt even get anywhere near to removing the bushes because the flexible brake hoses between the body and the rear arms are way too short! The Haynes manual claims that you can disconnect them from their retaining clips in some way so that. Oct 29, removing the old one is easy either burn it out or use a drill with a small bit and drill the rubber out then use a hacksaw to cut the outer coller and release the tension it should just pop out then.

there is a good guide over on uk-mkivs. priceygti, Sep 5, #7. Jun 20, Here are my thoughts, as I already have the new shocks and springs on: 1) Lift the rear of the car and put it on jack stands, leaving it low enough that the tires are still on the ground, but enough clearance to get underneath and reduce the weight on parts. 2) Unbolt the rear axle beam at the bushing joint and bring that end down.





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