Another quick question. I put in a 4" lift from Rough Country (with new rear springs, not blocks) and then bought a complete set of greaseable bushings for the entire suspension along with the nice shackles from ORD. I put all the parts in except the bushings on the rear springs. It was a ton of work taking the old bushings out of the rear shackles. Is it just as hard to take the brand new rubber bushing out of the spring eyes of the rear springs. I was hoping maybe the rear shackles were just hard to remove because of age or something. Is there a trick to removing new rubber bushings or is it the same drill (drilling, gouging and hammering - I do not own a torch). And I wondered if the rubber busings are pressed in or are they glued or bonded in some way?