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My rear toe is SEIZED. Car is a 2008 Civic Si coupe. I do work at a shop with an alignment rack, tools, torch, etc. However, we can't spend too much time on my car because "customer cars come first", and its company policy we can't work on our own cars, so it has to be done while no one is watching.

My coworkers don't want to use too much heat because the rear toe adjusting bolt is inside of a bushing, and they don't want to melt the bushing.

I am looking for part numbers for the bushing but can't find it. Any help?

Car sees daily driving, autoX, and HPDE track days.

During the summer I run Federal 595-RS-R, and winter I use Toyo Celsius

Car is on ST Coilovers, 4 front Moog camber bolts, rear Tru-Hart camber arms.

Current specs (in degrees)

FRONT: -2.5* Camber, 7.7* Caster, 0.0* on left and right
REAR: -2.2* Camber, 0.23* and 0.29 toe


I'm using this website to get part numbers:

https://www.hondapartsnetwork.com/v-...rear-lower-arm

#22 Bolt, Trailing Arm Adjust
52387-SNA-A00

#23 Plate, Cam
52388-SNA-003

and #33 Nut, Lock Flange (Clinch)
90395-SNA-003

Just need the bushing, because at this point Chicago winters have corroded everything, and replacing seems like the best option.
 

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Anyone? Im putting my soft winter tires on soon and I don't want the toe to destroy them.
 
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