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i went to fit camber adjusting bushes to mine but didn't get them in as it was to much effort doing it without a press, and i ran out of time

to do it the right and easy way you will need a press to get the old ones out and the new ones in

i don't know if the control arms are off an aurion but this guy done a how to write up as a diy job

http://forums.tdiclub.com/showthread.php?t=154137

hope this helps

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Sorry midnight. This is not associated with a Aurion. Last time I did a acv36 camry I did it as fast as using a press. Wilth a electric drill and a air chisel. However the bushes in the Aurion are completely different so I thought I'd better ask before pulling it apart. I'll have a crack at it. Thanks for trying however.

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