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Kent-Moore CH-49233 Rear Cradle Bushing Installer (CH49233) Ford Motorcraft 502-012 Alignment Pins Ford Motorcraft 502-009 Remover / Installer, Rear Bushing Front Differential
Ford Motorcraft 502-012 Alignment Pins
Tillman Tools Price: $61.39
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Kent-Moore CH-49233 Rear Cradle Bushing Installer

For GM / General Motors. CH-49233 is used with DT-49126-10 Hardware Kit and CH-50196 Receiver to install the cradle mount bushings. DT-49126-10 is assembled through CH-49233, the bushing and cradle, and CH-50196. The two nuts on the threaded rod of DT-49126-10 are tightened against CH-49233 and CH-50196 to seat the bushing.





Ford Motorcraft 502-012 Alignment Pins Ford Motorcraft 502-009 Remover / Installer, Rear Bushing Front Differential
Ford Motorcraft 502-002 Set, Subframe Alignment Pin Kent Moore CH-47672-A Cradle Bushing Replacer Kent-Moore CH-51999 Cradle Bushing Replacer
Kent-Moore CH-51999 Cradle Bushing Replacer
Tillman Tools Price: $1,025.49
Ford Motorcraft 502-002 Set, Subframe Alignment Pin Kent-Moore CH-47672-A Replacer, Cradle Bushing (CH47672-A) Kent-Moore Tools
Kent-Moore CH-51999 Cradle Bushing Replacer

Application: 2016-later Volt, Cruze suspension

The cradle used on Volt is aluminum, and the cradle bushing has a plastic body, while the gen II Cruze cradle is steel, with a steel-cased bushing. The bushing tool from Cruze (CH-51404-EU) does not fit the Volt cradle or bushing, and can damage the bushing if it is used for installing the bushing. The bushing must be indexed, and has a tapered wall-thickness from top left to bottom right. The bushing indexing is aided by two protruding bumps on the bushing body. Two alignment protrusions must be seated into notched areas in the cradle body to ensure proper alignment. CH-51999 includes a driver, receiver and bushing guide to ensure the bushing is installed correctly for the designed ride characteristics, and to the correct position. CH-51999 is used with CH-50342 to replace the bushing.