<VV> Installation of new 65 stabilizer inner bushings.

BBRT chsadek at comcast.net
Thu May 7 14:49:34 EDT 2015

soap and warm water... If not slippery enough, try some regular lubes.... 
personal or automotive...

Chuck S
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From: "Jerry Brown via VirtualVairs" <virtualvairs at corvair.org>
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Sent: Thursday, May 07, 2015 2:44 PM
Subject: <VV> Installation of new 65 stabilizer inner bushings.

> Getting ready to glass bead the 65 stabilizer and have bought a set of 
> bushings from Cal Clark. I've never installed the inner bushings, and 
> sizing up the situation I am going to soap up the bar after the paint 
> dries and put the rubber grommets in hot water to force them past the 
> sharp bends. Does any body have a better method of doing this? If so I'm 
> all ears. I know splitting them and super glue them back, would be quick, 
> but I don't like to do it that way. Jerry Brown
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