hey fella - if you haven't been to B&Q yet get a long M10 bolt and nut and if you have them you can use a pair of sockets (24mm and 32mm i seem to recall) as a bush fitting tool. Grease the threads of the bolt....the order is (from inside): Bolt head, washer, 32mm ( open end against hub), new bush shell, 24mm (open end against shell), washer, nut.
They won't pull the old ones out though - stick to the drill / hole saw and hacksaw technique. If you haven't got sockets then a stack of big washers will probably do it. I used the 32mm on the "back" to allow the new shell to come through slightly with the 24mm driving it in - same protrusion both sides of the hub then...
get the old shell out, clean up the hole, lightly grease the new shell, tap it gently and evenly into place then use the "tool" to pull it in. Worked a treat for me anyway! You can drive the bushes in this way too if you need to. don't forget to grease em (should come with them?)
might have been a 30mm socket - anything that will fit against the hub carrier and let the shell go inside it. If you go too far, just reverse everything and drive it back the other way!
PS this isn't too different to post #15....... i would also recommend checking out the ABS sensors while you're doing it. One of mine had a lump of something wedged between it and the reluctor ring. good excuse for a clean up while you're at it!
Last edited by Photodave; 12-12-09 at 00:06.