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    Re: Found those hard to find shifter bushings OEM

    Have you ordered them successfully? Majestic lists a lot of parts, but renigs when you try to order them.
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    Re: Found those hard to find shifter bushings OEM

    No sir...when I ordered as whole set, it was $16.76 in the cart, plus $8.99 shipping and another $6.99 for handling. I was taken aback. Felt like ordering from rock auto all over again($2 for gasket, $8.99 for shipping. Lol. What a joke)

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    Re: Found those hard to find shifter bushings OEM

    Good to know!
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    Re: Found those hard to find shifter bushings OEM

    Those are the same as the Integra shift linkage. You can get poly bushings from energy suspension.
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    Re: Found those hard to find shifter bushings OEM

    Quote Originally Posted by Legend_master View Post
    Those are the same as the Integra shift linkage. You can get poly bushings from energy suspension.
    Can you provide a part number?

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    Re: Found those hard to find shifter bushings OEM

    I'm sorry I confused the bushing you were talking about, there is no energy one. You can still use the any for an Integra.

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    Re: Found those hard to find shifter bushings OEM

    [QUOTE=Legend_master;1148512]I'm sorry I confused the bushing you were talking about, there is no energy one. You can still use the any for an Integra.

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    Pretty sure this is the one he means. I just made one out of nylon. Tighter fit than the Honda original.
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    Re: Found those hard to find shifter bushings OEM

    so the acura shifter is the same? I need the dust boot which is 7 they said the accord one was disconnected, but that looks like it

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    Re: Found those hard to find shifter bushings OEM

    Yes sir. Thats what I'm after. I'll probably just make my own nylon ones too. Cheaper and easier.

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    Re: Found those hard to find shifter bushings OEM

    2 more pics might help. Sorry my digital mics are out of commission i lost the battery cover somehow.

    Diameter needs to be close its just under 18mm. and a tight hole for the 6 mm? 8mm? bolt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldblueaccord View Post
    2 more pics might help. Sorry my digital mics are out of commission i lost the battery cover somehow.

    Diameter needs to be close its just under 18mm. and a tight hole for the 6 mm? 8mm? bolt.

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    Thank you kindly sir! Very good referencing info

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    Re: Found those hard to find shifter bushings OEM

    Quote Originally Posted by firefighterwhite89 View Post
    Thank you kindly sir! Very good referencing info

    hey no problem.

    I realized the reason I made it that way....one piece and a little top part like a washer....... was because you have to install it from the bottom. I think if you make it two equal pieces you cant get the one in from the top the case is in the way.I revisited it last night. I prolly made that more than 10 years ago.

    Any one with a decent lathe can make you one I just don't have access to one atm. You can buy the nylon stock thru usplastics.
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    Re: Found those hard to find shifter bushings OEM

    Quote Originally Posted by Oldblueaccord View Post
    I realized the reason I made it that way....one piece and a little top part like a washer....... was because you have to install it from the bottom. I think if you make it two equal pieces you cant get the one in from the top the case is in the way.
    the original bushing has the same issue. I had to put the trans in 3rd pull the shifter rod out from the transmission) on both my 86 and my 89 to get the original bushing out and back in.

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    Re: Found those hard to find shifter bushings OEM

    So the energy bushings don't fit

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