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donovan
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Mar 18, 11:44am - #420086 
Short shifter bushings

anyone know where the shortshifter bushings go?

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Mar 18, 11:47am - #420087 
Yest take out the stock ones and they go under the shifter assembly. What shifter did you get? B&M? Stock ones are black rubber with a small metal ring. They are under the 4 screws that hold the shifter assembly down the floor board.

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Mar 19, 2:48am - #420088 
well, four of them replace the four rubber ones under the shifter assembly. However, there are also bushings that go under the Hood. U would have to buy those seperately, and they are said to facilitate shifting.

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