Looked for awhile and didn't see any posts on this so I thought I would share my positive experience while contributing to the forum.
First step - buy poly bushings. The rubber ones were worn, and my removal method will not work for install. I suppose, if one was so inclined, you could make your own as well. But, I was at ZZP anyways so in the name of f*ck it, I bought a set.
This process is easiest to do one at a time. Leaving one side hooked up keeps the engine oriented and makes the job simpler in my opinion.
Step 2 - remove a dog bone, and find a ratchet strap.
Step 3 - tie a figure 8 or clove hitch or similar non slipping knot on the bolt head end with the hook side of the strap. I prefer the figure 8 as it takes up less space and always tie a safety knot to prevent unwanted slippage. I also used a spare section of strap left over from a tail I shortened for a marine application.
Step 4 - insert bolt into bushing with nut on exterior facing side. Attach ratchet end to opposing dog bone core support mount or other stable location.
Step 5 - run strap through ratchet and start cranking. Once you get good tension on the bushing make sure the strap is firmly secured to the bolt and won't slip over the bolt head. Then continue tightening until the bushing begins to tear. After that physics pretty much handles the rest and the center section will rip enough to allow the rest of the rubber to fold up and flop right out. If you wish to make it interesting you can keep cranking away until it flies out but I aired on the side of caution in this case.
Step 6 - install new poly bushing and reattach dog bone.
Repeat mirror process for opposing side.
Start to finish this way took me a good ten minutes. Not accounting for the half hour of fiddle f*cking around with other unsuccessful methods.
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