You will need a press to remove and install them. We are wokring on having the bushings available very soon so you may not have to worry about it at all. Unfortunately I am a Toyota guy, always have been, and always will be. My knowledge of Jeep parts and Jeeps in general is horrible, I wasnt aware that so many people run these types of arms on everyday vehicles.MoabRat said:So are the stock bushings difficult to remove, since we can't apparently buy them separately. Not sure what you mean by the articulated arms not being street legal. They are about all you can buy for a Jeep these days and there are probably only 5 or 6 hundred thousand of them on the road as daily drivers. I had Tera arms in my TJ and never had any troubles with the law. The articulated arms actually improved ride quality and allowed adjustment of the rear axle to compensate for transfer case/driveshaft angle problems.