3. The bushings on the upper control arms have little tabs popped out from the factory. To take them out, the tabs have to be removed, so we did that with an air chisel. By placing the steering knuckle face down on the brakes, we could remove the hub bolts easily, and take off the knuckle in the process. The new steering knuckle was dropped into place, with some red Loctite installed on the threads for insurance. Getting the new bushings in the upper control arms required a hydraulic press, and this part was a bit tricky, and took some time to get just right. The new strut and spring were installed back in the front suspension, with the upper control arm in there with the new bushings as well. In just a few hours, the front suspension was complete and ready to go.