I worked on one side at a time. Jacked up front axle, removed wheel, placed jack stand under that axle, repeated the same for rear axle. with wheels off used a 20 ton bottle jack on frame about 5 feet behind rear axle and raised trailer until springs were fully extended taking the tension off them. Using an air tool I removed the nuts from springs and equalizer and removed them. After replacing the bushings and nuts and bolts, replaced the springs and equalizer starting at the rear most hanger and working toward the front. I used a small bottle jack under the equalizer to help get the bolt holes to line up. Replaced the wheels and lowered the trailer.
Repeated the same procedure on the other side.
Don & Pat Allen - Texas Boomers - Honorary Oklahoma Boomers
2003 Keystone Everest 323P - 2003 Dodge Ram 3500