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Shifter Bushings

RJ_IS_BATMAN

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I tried searching for the answer to this but couldn’t come up with anything. Now that I fixed the previous issue with the shifter linkage I was wondering if there’s a replacement or if I’m missing a part on the end of my shifter cable. I included a pic where you can see a large gap between the cable and the shifter that makes some slop in shifting
 

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1990TSIAWDTALON

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Cut up a plastic bottle into strips and make a circle out of one (like a bushing) and slip that puppy in their and see if/how much of a difference it makes.
My 90's have some bushings made like that and they are 100% better than the crumbling, powdered old bushings.
Just a hack, but it will work until you can find the correct pieces.
Pops
 

RJ_IS_BATMAN

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105
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May 7, 2020
Ontario, California
Cut up a plastic bottle into strips and make a circle out of one (like a bushing) and slip that puppy in their and see if/how much of a difference it makes.
My 90's have some bushings made like that and they are 100% better than the crumbling, powdered old bushings.
Just a hack, but it will work until you can find the correct pieces.
Pops

Thanks for the tip, i ended up placing a washer on both ends and that was able to shim the area and now has no play at all. Thanks for all the help!
 
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