A similar method that I use is to clamp the OD of the bushing in the vise and gently tap the shock body with a plastic hammer to dislodge the bushing from the shock.Renegade said:I don't think Justin is talking about the DU bushings, but the shock eyelets.There are two methods I use, that require specific tools. The easiest for most folks; purchase or borrow a number 4 easy out, which is a tool used for removing broken bolts. Insert it into the eyelet, turn counterclockwise and pull at the same time. This is how push industries removes eyelets. The second method is to clamp the exposed O.D. of the bushing in a smooth jaw vise, rotate and pull to remove.