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May 24, Do that by heating the bushing. Just hold a soldering iron against it. You don't want it to be red hot or anything, but a bit of heat evenly through the bushing will soften the lacquer under it. This makes it a safer job to remove the bushing. Out and stumptrimmers.buzzted Reading Time: 2 mins. Jun 28, A guitar bushing puller is really handy for this. This is mine. You’ll notice a rather crudely cut hole in the side of it.

That’s actually really important because, as you start to remove a bushing, it can often pull on lacquer or even wood around it Estimated Reading Time: 5 mins. The bolt's size is Mx70mm. The part # on mine is if anyone wants to use my exact one from Home Depot.

Mar 25, M0ses said: ↑. Find a socket wrench set, and use a socket that is just the right size. Put the socket into the hole, against the bushing.

TAP IT GENTLY it with a hammer. Viola. Click to expand there, fixed that for ya haha. done it that way literally hundreds of times with no problems. Nov 11, # First you have to put the washer that fits around the bushing over the bushing like in picture. Then take the washer that fits the bolt and put it on the bolt. Then take the piece of pipe and put it on the bolt/washer assembly. Now put the bolt assembly on to the washer around the bushing and thread the bolt in to the bushing by hand.

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