Today i'm installing Prothane's Poly Axle Housing Bushing's. Ordered from Summit Racing,$26.94 shipped. Part # PTP-6-309BL. After much searching,it's about 50/50 for or against poly bushing's. Some have had binding issue's,others have not. I decided to give these a try. Maybe i'll get some torque box reinforcements soon. Tool's Needed. 1-Prothane Poly Axle Housing Bushing Set #PTP-6-309BL,Summit Racing $26.94 1-jack 2-jack stand's 1-drill 1-selection of drill bit's 1-19mm wrench(may be different) 1-18mm socket(may be different) 1-9/16 deep socket 1-ratchet 1-knife 1-small wire wheel attachment for drill 1-can WD40 Here we go. REMOVAL 1.place wheel chock's in front of front wheel's. raise rear,support with jack stands. place under frame,not axle. 2.remove rear wheels. you might not need to,but i like lots of room to work in. 3.here's the upper control arm(passanger side). give it a shot of WD40,let it sit awhile. just remove the axle side bolt. rotate up and out of the way. i used an 18mm on a ratchet and 19mm wrench,may be different if stock arms. 3.mine were ready to go. cracked rubber and the metal sleave came out easily. 4.Do One Side At A Time! the poly bushing's reuse the stock bushing shell's,so we'll need to cut out the rubber. i used a drill to remove most of the rubber. (some burn the rubber out.i have no torch,so i went this way.) than,a knife to cut out enough to get my wire wheel in. 5.next,i used a small wire wheel attachment on my drill to remove the rest. 6.here it is all cleaned out. and here's the mess. INSTALL 7.for driver side install,first disconnect brake line brace. need to move to the side to install poly ring. loosen and remove 9/16 nut. 8.with supplied lube,lube up the poly ring and install on small end of bushing shell. 9.lube inside the bushing shell,make sure you save enough for the other side. 10.place poly bushing in shell. i used a small metal mallet to drive it in. use medium blows,right in the center. smear some lube on the face of the bushing. (sorry about the dark pic's,flash did not go off.) 11.wrestle control arm back on,insert bolt and leave loose. reattach brake line brace. 12.repeat on other side. 13.with both sides done,and control arms loosely installed. place jack under center section of axle,slowly raise until it raises car a fraction off the jack stands. the reason for doing this,is that the suspension must be loaded before tightening control arm bolts. LEAVE JACK STANDS UNDER CAR,INCASE JACK FAIL'S! 14.tighten control arm bolts 15.reinstall wheel's. 16.place car back on ground. make sure you tighten your lug nuts! 17.all done!