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TTB/leaf bushing change

Picked up some new polyurethane bushings from energy suspension today. I'm going to try and press out my old original bushings from my 95 f250 Dana 50 TTB with my ball joint press...and ill install the new bushings, but i havent found much use of the instructions that come with the new kit, just comes woth the grease, bushings , ect... Can anyone give me a couple tips for this job, what you may have found to work and make this easier. And what are some of the torque specs for the bolts that go through the shackle/bushing ect...anyhow, hopefully I can get some ride height back to the old leafs...if not I'll be looking into an Add A Leaf Kit.
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