I had a little toe problem with the rear suspension of my race car. As another racer once said, "Toe out in the rear of an E30 will scare God!" Didn't bother me too much ...
So I elected to drop the rear suspension and investigate. Turns out I had a bent trailing arm. And most of the bushings were shot. Fortunately I had a spare left trailing arm, so once I got the bearings out of it and replaced, welded some reinforcements, and did a little painting, we were back in business. Getting the bearings out of the replacement trailing arm was a bear at first, and the press came in handy. As you can see, I also had to modify a pitman arm puller to get the subframe bushings out.
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