1. Camtron

    Camtron Well-Known Member

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    Got myself a set of torsion bar bushings in the mail today from Johnny at Poly Bushing. The quality of them is top notch, I can’t wait to have some time to get them installed.
    Now, about these spot welds on the bushing housings; has anyone developed a technique for cutting them without removing a lot of material or just mangling them all together? I was leaning towards my pneumatic pencil grinder, a good carbide cutter and a little patience. I feel like the housing is going to be just a little too much for most spot weld cutters to handle...and I already have the pencil grinder and carbides lol
    Any suggestions/advice is appreciated.
     
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    Johnny is an absolute legend in the TurboDodge community. I've build many cars with his stuff.

    Post pics of whichever method you choose. I've been pondering this myself.
     
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    He told me mine were being made to order when I called them in. I felt privileged to get freshly made bushings lol
    I’ll absolutely take some pictures of whatever process I go with. I’ve been terrible with photos and things done to the car since I purchased it this spring.