Topic: Re: Suggestions on replacing Hydraulic lift shaft bushings.
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It can be done. I got the rockshaft and bushings out of a lift cover as part of moving all the guts over to another lift cover that didn't have a crack almost all the way across it (the PO clearly had done something he shouldn't). The process was, basically: remove the cylinder, linkage, etc. from the cover, then every day for a week spray a little Kroil between the bushings and the cover, then wail away at the shaft end for ten minutes with a dead-blow hammer. Amazingly, the last day the shaft practically fell out. That was in the days when I had a lot more patience than I have now...
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