VW MKIV Golf Jetta Rear Axle Bushing Tool. Product ID: VWA Default Title -USD.Quantity. Add to Cart. Description. Reviews. 5-piece tool set designed specifically to press-in the bushings that are located in the rear axle twist-beam of MKIV Golf’s and Jetta’s. Mar 02, I'm not aware of the existence of a rear bushing removal tool, other than a shop press or a sawzall/hacksaw & big fun hammer. My symptoms were a feeling in the pit of my stomach that there was a loose wheel or axle stub that was Estimated Reading Time: 1 min.
Finally available at IDParts, this rear axle bushing tool makes pressing in new rear axle bushings a breeze. Works on all MkIV Golf, Jetta and New Beetle. Uses two large, fitted plates to squeeze the bushing into the axle without needing to remove the axle or use a press! Plates are squeezed together by a threaded rod (similar to a rear brake tool).5/5(4).
I just replaced the rear axle bushings on my vw cabrio. I tried to mark the angle of the orginal bushings and put the new ones in at the same angle.
The alignment shop told me I got the driver's side correct but not the passenger, off by 1/4" and that it should be at the same angle as the driver's stumpcutting.buzzted Reading Time: 9 mins. Jan 08, Golf Jan 6, #3. Well you can do in the car by cutting the bushings out. First knock out the centers and then cut the outer part of the bushing clean through and knock it out.
Install I have hear is getting a couple plates and a long bolt and nut or something similar to press the two plates together with the bushing and axle.