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T-56 Shifter Bushing Question

This is a discussion on T-56 Shifter Bushing Question within the Manual Transmission forums, part of the Drivetrain category; The very function of the bushing( and its plastic material) is to isolate vibrations from the trans. To use a ...

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    The very function of the bushing( and its plastic material) is to isolate vibrations from the trans. To use a brass/ bronze part completely misses the boat on function and the person making these has no clue about the T56.

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    well I am going to report on the infamous bronze bushing. I have no more vibration than the plastic one, just a little bit louder clicking sound when I move the shifter around, nothing bad. So far so good, it fit right in. I coated it well in grease too before the shifter went in. I am happy with it as of now, we will see....

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