Yard waste may be placed in reusable containers with a maximum size of 50 gallons and maximum loaded weight of 50 lbs. Containers should be marked"Yard Waste." If yard waste does not fit in a container leaves must be placed in 30 gallon kraft paper.
The best way to remove these bushings is to use a torch and set the rubber on fire. Let it burn one to two minutes then hit the eye so the rubber and the inner sleeve falls out. Then use a punch and a hammer and catch the end of the outer sleeve and curl it over. Once enough of the sleeve has been bent over the sleeve can be driven stumpgrind.buzzted Reading Time: 1 min. Oct 15, Do one end of a single spring at a time, removing the bolt securing the spring into the front pocket and/or the leaf spring and frame bolts on the rear shackle as required.
This keeps the rear end properly located. 3. Remove the bolt and lower the jack completely to perform the repair described below. 4. Oct 21, take a medium size screw driver and pound the blade in between the end of the spring where it wraps around the bushing, to open up the eye.
then w/ the bushing facing up, put a 3/8" dril bit into your drill (strong drill i hope), and drill into the bushing. at the edge of the rubber and the metal outer sleeve, start working it back and forth. after a short while when the drill starts to loosen up the drill will catch between the rubber bushing and the steel outer sleeve.
Harris Bushings. Replace worn harris bushings with these standard rubber replacements.
These bushings are inserted by hand into the eye of the spring. Split bushings come in packs. 2 bushings are required per eye. Show. 10 15 25 50