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shifter bushings question #179310 May 15, 2:46am May 15, 2:46am
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shifter bushings question
is there any difference between the shifter cable bushing set and the shifter bushing set that speed source sells? are they the same thing? or can you run both at the same time?


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Re: shifter bushings question [Re: Pink_Panther] #179311 May 15, 6:21am May 15, 6:21am
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I could be wrong here. I think it's only the shifter cable bushings. I'm not sure if the solid shifter housing bushings are included also. You can get both and of course use both. In combination or by themselves they should work great. How much do the bushings run? I'm interested in this also.

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