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How do most do this? I had one that I just pushed out with my fingers, the opposite limb, well by the time I got it out, I had scratched the limbs. I had to drive it out with a hammer. Needless to say, these are hunting limbs now. I was switching out the DAS bushing for ILF. Also, How do you know what ht or depth these things should be. Strung, the limbs don't seem to be resting the same way in the pockets. And I am getting eratic speed differences through a chrony. I suspect something is wrong. Maybe the ILF bushings not the same ht.
 

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Use a padded vice, an extra deep socket, and a long 10/32 (I think this is the right size) screw to press the bushing out. Pressing in a simple matter of lining up the bushing and turning the padded vice to press the bushing in.

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