It will act as a bushing in the hole left by.
You can cut it with a sawzall, or with a hacksaw. If you use a hacksaw, you’ll have to remove the blade, slide it through the bushing hole, and then re-attach the hacksaw to the blade. When you chisel out the bushing, just fold it in on itself.
And then install the new stumppruning.barg: eyelet. Oct 04, Then remove the leaf eye bolt (ie, shackle bottom bolt that passes thru the leaf eye), so this does not remove the shackle.
Note the orientation of the white plastic bushing-the bronze bushing will have the same orientation.
You need 2 wrenches (3/4" & 13/16" IIRC). The 2nd option is to remove the top bolt that passes thru the shackle (not thru leaf eye), so both the leaf & shackle will together come off the rear hanger. Ford Ranger / Bronco II By truckerdawg My plastic shaft bushing (E69Z A) got to the point of never staying on the male shaft so I knew it was time for a fix.
It took me all day (trying to figure it out) from start to finish-some people will find it easier than I stumppruning.barg: eyelet. Remove and discard any bed liner in the vehicle that is fitted to a vehicle with a cabin guard.
Replace this bed liner (If Required) with a new bed liner that suits the XLT model without a cabin guard. 3.
The shocks can stay attached too.
Diagram: 3 - PROTECT VEHICLE SURFACES Diagram: 1 - REMOVE SPORTS BAR WIRING HARNESS CPd FORD RANGER - CANOPY. Oct 15, Do one end of a single spring at a time, removing the bolt securing the spring into the front pocket and/or the leaf spring and frame bolts on the rear shackle as required. This keeps the rear end properly located. 3 Remove the bolt and lower the jack completely to perform the repair Missing: ford rangereyelet.