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After removing the 15mm bolt that holds the rear control arm in, Greg got creative. There are two or three ways to get the bushing out. One is to use a press. This requires the removal of a bunch of parts and it just isn't a practical idea. Another way is to remove it with a torch, which could be dangerous, but is efficient. The third solution is to cut it out. This is difficult and messy, but very effective. The HPP shop had an air drill, so we loaded it with a properly-sized bit and started slicing away. According to Greg, "The best way is to sort of stab into it and keep going around until you've removed enough material that they easily come out."