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Anyone know the part number from ford, or any aftermarket part number, for the 2gen shifter bushings?!?. I think there are (4) total? i can´t remember, someone said replacing the bushings would take out the loose feel when the car is in gear and you move the shifter how it moves around like 2in. Any help i would be great! :-]

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Sorry man, I have 2 scorts, and sad to say they´re both automatic, so I have no idea about shifter bushings.
BTW what is a good source to get part #´s for our scorts? My Chilton´s doesn´t list any.
 

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LOL well, thanks anyhow. LMAO when i went to send this message, i already sent one less then 1 min ago so i got this weirdddd message :) "You has entered a message less a minute yet...
for to avoid spam, you can´t insert more of one message every 60 seconds
Try later!"

You has enterted... sounds southern :)
 

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I know I saw that.

I miss our old message board that Donnie and I actually coded ourselves. oh well this one makes it super easy to maintain.
 

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corksport is so lame, buying other companies products and putting their names on them... try srd for the same bushings, probably will be cheaper... if its a gt then if could probably use the same ones as an mx-3.
 

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Ok, I just bought replacement Bushings for my ´94 EGT shifter linkages. I got them from Mazda. The part number is: B001 - 46 - 062. You need four of them and Mazda charged me $3 each CDN.

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Yes, I know and I would really like to have them on my car, but where can you get them at a cheap price? Corksport has them, but at a cost of $50 CDN (after exchange) plus shipping, it is a bit much.... :(

MrVermin

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The bronzoil ones are made to much tighter tolerances...
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