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Old 04-03-2012, 06:18 PM   #1
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Do I need to let the axle hang (frame on jack stands) or just back the Camaro up onto ramps and keep the weight on the suspension??
Also, how to do an R&R on the new poly bushing??
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When I did mine I used a lift and unbolted it then had to use a screw jack to take the tenson off the TA, then you kinda gotta twist and pull to get of out. As far as the mount its a bitch 3 bolts on tail of transmissions. If u can unbolt the trans crossmember and lower the trans a lil bit might make it easier
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I let my axle hang when I swapped mine out. I trimmed some of the poly mount to allow the clam shell to close around it.
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