I was driving home this evening and got that "stock-rear-control-arm-after-lots-of-abuse" feeling again. The rear of the car was swaying ack and forth pretty good as I gave her gas and hit the brakes. I also was hearing some rubbing coming from the rear of the vehicle as I made a right turn. So, I get home, jack her up, and begin to look for the problem. It didn't take long to diagnose. The bolt that holds the UCA to the diff housing is missing!! That would definitely account for the swaying rear end, and the rubbing sound is the inside of the right rear tire rubbing on the frame (having 18x10.5 rims back there doesn't help matters much at this point either!). So, I grabbed a screwdriver and tried to stick it through the CA and the diff to see if the holes were still lined up with each other. Of course, they weren't. With that being said, how difficult is it to get the CA, bushing, and diff all lined up and bolt installed? I'll be doing this on my garage floor mind you, so any tips would be greatly appreciated.
BTW, I have Hotchkis RCA's (upper and lower, extended lowers and adjustable uppers).