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LSG

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Location : Chicago Heights il
Registration date : 2014-06-20

shift rod/ linkage grommets and bushings

Post by LSG on Fri 7 Nov - 19:52

My 1967 sportvan108 shift linkage is worn...I haven't been unable to find replacement bushings/grommets for the front fork & rods to the trans..does anyone know where I can find replacement bushings/grommets...thanks
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diamond dave

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Re: shift rod/ linkage grommets and bushings

Post by diamond dave on Sat 29 Nov - 23:05

I have heard that the truck shift bushings don't fit really good, and may need modified to work. haven't done enough research to be able to tell either way. I know that g.m. wouldn't have any reason to use different shift bushings on the car, truck , and van.
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LSG

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Location : Chicago Heights il
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Re: shift rod/ linkage grommets and bushings

Post by LSG on Sat 29 Nov - 23:09

Thanks...I haven't been able to find any...let me know if you find anything out
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Twinpilot001

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Re: shift rod/ linkage grommets and bushings

Post by Twinpilot001 on Sat 29 Nov - 23:31

Here u go -also I know i have purchased "oilite" bronze bushings -from my local wholesale bearing places=several times - u just need an id & od & width!!!!!!!!!!!

http://www.summitracing.com/search?SortBy=BestKeywordMatch&SortOrder=Ascending&keyword=shift%20bushings


Here i am helping the ="KIDS" again!!= affraid lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol!
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LSG

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Re: shift rod/ linkage grommets and bushings

Post by LSG on Sat 29 Nov - 23:35

Thank you very much
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Vantasia

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Re: shift rod/ linkage grommets and bushings

Post by Vantasia on Mon 1 Dec - 14:41

Check with member Macsdoghouse over at VCVC, he has a limited supply of genuine NOS GM front and rear bushings. The correct front are actually split top and bottom halves like top hats that you put in from each side of the lever, makes it easy so you are not trying to force a grommet through the hole with the shifter up there in place. The rear are like large grommets, important thing there is the thin washers on each side to keep them from getting chewed up. They are called thrust washers and are like 0.031 thick, when you take off the E-clip, see if they are there on both sides of the bushing, they help keep the rod from twisting when you shift. Again, check with Mac, he is very generous with the price if he still has them, sent me a set just a few months ago. You can also make fronts from any bronze or nylon bushings that you turn down to fit, I used them until I got the correct ones, no difference in the feel or performance, same for the backs, just find a grommet that fits, grommets are a little softer but are so cheap you can replace them yearly if they wear out....

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