Jan 13, The 'bushing' is the black bumper covering the end of the suspension bolt.:thumbsup3: I've noticed no rubbing or ill effects from lowering my car. Be sure and get an alignment after lowering and driving for about stumplopping.barted Reading Time: 1 min. Jul 03, I decided to cut the bushings on the stock bolts after reading on forums.
this is a video of the process and outcome. I never had anyone to help film but if. Oct 21, The front bushing (lowering bolt head) is composed of alternating layers of rubber, and steel, each a little more than 1/8" tree removal rockland ma. The"2/3" cut, as people refer to it, is really 3/4 removal where you cut off the 2 lowest steel plates and the rubber between. This leaves you with the lowering bolt head, and 1/8" of rubber on top of stumplopping.barted Reading Time: 3 mins.
Dec 20, Hit the control arm right where the ball-joint goes through it.
Then just hold the lower control arm down and remove the adjusting bolt. After the bolt was removed I cut it using a jig saw with a metal cutting blade. to lower my car inches in the front I cut off exactly.5 inches of the rubber bushing attached to the stumplopping.barted Reading Time: 7 mins. 2 days agoDo you LOVE your C7 Corvette? 43 replies Do you think red calipers are played out??
replies Sad News. 42 replies Z06 video at the ring. replies Must Have Options. 62 replies Caldor Fire in Northern CA, Jim Lockwood. 42 replies View More > Latest Topics. Jun 04, The C7 is a very low car to begin with from factory, thus, extending the front end at all will make taking certain dips and parking lot entrances into a procedure in itself. If your car is lowered at all, you best believe the possibility for ripping off that new splitter is very real, so take some caveats.
Aug 10, How to cut the factory bushings for a C6 Corvette. Mar 02, Take 2 large chissels, put one in front of the stuck crossmember and one behind. They wedge really nicely between the frame and the crossmember. With a good hammer start driving each chissel in.
It is acting like a wedge or pickle fork. After a few good taps front and back the offending bushing should pop down. Do the other side.