Re: control arm bushing?
The bushings are removed from the outside of the arm. They have a lip on the outside edge. the upper arm's holes have a raised outside edge that stops the bushings from being flush against the arm, and the lower arm allows the bushing to be flush against the arm. I happened to have a hydraulic press so I could do mine myself (although it was still something of a pain.) I pushed out the old ones and pressed in the new. Beating the old bushings out with a hammer might bend up the edges and make it harder to remove. You might want to have an auto shop install the new bushings.
The rubber thing is just called a bumper, and is there I think so that the arm does not hit the frame in case it bottoms out.
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