How to Install an End Link Bushing in a 1998 Ford Ranger?

Answer The stabilizer bar, which prohibits your vehicle from swaying back and forth during driving, uses a set of rubber bushings between its end links and the vehicle frame to allow for a small amount of... Read More »

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A-Arm Bushing Removal on a 1998 Ford Escort?

The front A-arms on a 1998 Ford Escort are mounted to the chassis via mounting holes in the middle of the bushings. These bushings are made of rubber, and help to absorb some of the impact and vibr... Read More »

How to Install the Radius Arm Bushing on the 1985 Ford F-150?

The radius arm on a 1985 Ford F-150 is attached to the axle and runs back to a frame bracket. Its purpose is to locate the axle in the proper position and allow very little fore and aft movement. I... Read More »

How to Get a Drag Link Out of a Ford Ranger?

The drag link on a Ford Ranger is the long rod attached to the pitman arm on the steering gearbox. The opposite end is attached to the idler arm. To this rod, two more rods with tie rod ends are ex... Read More »

How to Install a Radius Arm Bushing on a 1994 Ford Explorer?

The 1994 Ford Explorer uses a coil spring front suspension with radius arms that control front and rear movement of the axles. The radius arm attaches to the axle and runs back to a cross member, w... Read More »