The control arm will become loose when the operation is.
Nov 02, Lowers are really easy to do. Like cannedham said remove the wheel, pinch bolt for ball joint, i would take the lower shock bolt out and hang the shock up so its out of the way then its just the 2 inner bolts for the a-arm. If I remember right the brake line may be riveted to the a-arm as well. Jul 30, Can-Am Commander General Discussion. Commander General Discussion. A-arm bushings.
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Jump to Latest Follow 1 - 13 of 13 Posts By the time I replaced my A Arm bushings the lower joints were shot. The rubber cups DO NOT keep the mud out of the joints. The inner diameter of the boot is larger than the shank of the ball joint, or at least it was Estimated Reading Time: 5 mins.
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May 17,The lower control arm was easy to remove and replace. The front LCA bolt was NOT seized to the bushing sleeve as I indicated in my post above so they came out easily. Replaced them with new factory bolts and nuts anyway since I bought a.
SuperATV UHMW Heavy Duty A-arm/Control Arms Bushing Kit for Can-Am Commander / / Max - Replaces Front Upper and Lower out of 5 stars 34 Oct 31, Posts. #14 May 22, I know this is an old thread, but I pulled one of the half bushings off to lube and it's being a pain to get it back in place around the steering stem. I can't seem to get it past that piece of metal which the retainer bolts through.
Apr 08, Jack the car up in the front by the frame, remove the wheels, grab the knuckle and try to twist it the same way it would twist when you get on the gas and brakes. See if there is any play in the arms. I had the S3 bushings in my car and even pushing the dirt out with grease before every trip, after a few thousand miles they were toast. Aug 08, Remove the nut using a 14mm or 15mm wrench or socket. There could be a mini taper fit for this connection so you may need to shock it loose much like the ball joint.
Grasp the sway bar link and remove it away from the lower control arm mount. This will help the sway bar link stay out of the way during the job.