Remove and install rear trailing arm bushings without removing the trailing arms from the vehicle. This tool is designed to work with all trailing arm bushing designs on E36 and E46 model 3 series cars.
Be sure to lubricate the threads of the tool with grease. If the bushing is coming out hardy ou many need to apply some heat to the trailing arm to aid in the removal of the bushing and not damage the tool by applying too much torque.
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Superior RTAB Tool hands down !
WOW what a great tool. (especially the install items included for stock RTABs). One addition possibly. For Meyle HD RTABs, they come expanded and do not fit in the "install tunnel". Using a T-Bolt style clamp to compress then install in the beginning of "the tunnel" the process is quick. Removal and install is very accurate and fast. (I'd suggest also a 15/16" or 24m gear wrench as your tool of choice)