yea man, like shinerstang said, best if u have air tools. they actually make hand tools to remove them, but u will need a HUGE hammer to do it. I was goin to replace mine, but luckily I had bad tie-rod ends. which are way easier to replace. I would just pay a shop to it if I didn't have the tools. My buddy had to take his control arms to the shop to get them pressed in.
2000 Mustang V6 5spd
18inch Custom Wheels
Custom H-Pipe w/ Flowmaster 40's
Custom Cold Air Intake
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