I followed the steps in this DIY
Chisel (or strong flat head)
Long metal pipe (I used a 6" socket extension)
1. With the long metal pipe stick it through the metal sleeve in the bushing and pry the old one out (if it's bad, it'll come right out no problem)
2. Now that thats done, use the chisel on the edge of the bushing (where the metal of the LCA and metal of the bushing come into contact) and hamer it up a bit
3. Once there is a notical distortion, put the hack saw blade through the open bushing and start cutting the metal
4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 until you are all the way through. once you are, the metal can just be bent and taken out, and tada!
Time it took... maybe 20 minutes for the first one, 10 for the second
I know what you're going to ask, HOW ABOUT THE FRONT BUSHINGS?!?!
The first side for me was easy
Long socket (like a spark plug socket)
1. Hit the metal sleeve in the bushing with a hammer until it gets too far into the LCA
2. Place socket on bushing and hit that until it's out
-This took ALOT of brut force, maybe 30 minutes
this is when it hit a road block
the other bushing WOULD NOT budge
So, I used one of my many solve alls, FIRE. Basically I burned the top off the bushing and hammered like my life depended on it. Eventually it came free
Getting them in WITH OUT A PRESS OR GIANT VICE
Now the people that know me, know that I NEVER take my stuff there until I've exhausted all my creativity with the tools that I have
32mm socket (or any socket that will sit on the LCA wall around the bushing
1/2" to 1/4" socket
Big old C clamp (mine was screwed to a bench)
1. Place the bushing in the freezer for a little while
2. Liberally greese the bushing and the LCA
3. Set the bushing in place and tighten the C-Clamp around it until it stops moving. (the key here it to make sure it slides in STRAIGHT, so take it out and reposition it until you're sick of it)
4. Place the 1/2" to 1/4" socket in the bushing (part sticking out) and place the socket over the hole in the LCA on the other side (where the bushing will eventually get to
5. Stick the C-Clamp on and screw and screw and screw until BAM it's in!
Ofcourse, we remember the side that I had to burn out? Well something it freaky with that side and the hole is smaller or I don't know what, so once again I used FIRE to my advantage. I heated up the area around the bushing while applying pressure through the C clamp, and eventually (and I DIDN'T EVEN NOTICE) the mount slid right in.
Hope this helps anyone who has any problems or fears!