So I found slack in the rear knuckle bushings and ordered kits before I disassembled the knuckle at the arms. The kits came and I took the bolts out of the bushings to find that the replacements evidently require machining the knuckle oversize to accept the new bushings. I wasn't expecting that. I need a little advice. Is a machine shop the only alternative, or is there a home brew work-around? Also, the new bushings have a lip on them that will make the width of the bushing knuckle wider than the A-arm. Am I to remove an equal amount from the width of the knuckle at the bushing hole? Thanks for any tips.