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Item #: 20122

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Price: $2.85
    Cost: 228
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    If your automatic floor shifter has play in it left to right then this is the culprit. Easy to install, (more difficult if you have a 67-68 with center console) these are made from a wear resistant plastic that is better than original. Sold as a pair as two are required per car. This bushing was used in all Ford products equipped with a floor shift automatic from the 1965 Mustang to the late 70's Pinto.

    Replaces Ford Part # C5ZZ-7A133-A

    Check out our video on rebuilding your shifter below:

    Specifications:
    Shipping Weight: 0.01 LBS
    (weight shown may be the dimensional weight)

    4.89 out of 5 stars
    Based upon 18 Review(s).

    shifter bushings

    Material:
    Fit:
    Craftsmanship:
    Correctness:
    5.00 out of 5
    Pros:
    • price
    Cons:
    • none
    They were the fix to a sloppy shift lever. After install nice solid shifter.

    perfect fit

    Material:
    Fit:
    Craftsmanship:
    Correctness:
    5.00 out of 5
    Pros:
    Cons:
    floor shifter is nice and tight after replacing these

    Ontario, Canada

    Problem Solved

    Material:
    Fit:
    Craftsmanship:
    Correctness:
    5.00 out of 5
    Pros:
    • price
    • quality
    • fit
    Cons:
    Rebuilt shifter after realizing it was probably dangerous to leave the shifter in the condition it was in. Nice and tight now thanks to these.

    Material:
    Fit:
    Craftsmanship:
    Correctness:
    5.00 out of 5
    Pros:
    Cons:
    .

    Tigard, Oregon

    A small miracle

    Material:
    Fit:
    Craftsmanship:
    Correctness:
    5.00 out of 5
    Pros:
    Cons:
    Hardest part of the replacement of these bushings was getting the cotter pin off the linkage. Don's video is a must watch and held make the job so much easier.

    Number of questions: 0
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    If your automatic floor shifter has play in it left to right then this is the culprit. Easy to install, (more difficult if you have a 67-68 with center console) these are made from a wear resistant plastic that is better than original. Sold as a pair as two are required per car. This bushing was used in all Ford products equipped with a floor shift automatic from the 1965 Mustang to the late 70's Pinto.

    Replaces Ford Part # C5ZZ-7A133-A

    Check out our video on rebuilding your shifter below:

    Specifications:
    Shipping Weight: 0.01 LBS
    (weight shown may be the dimensional weight)

    4.89 out of 5 stars
    Based upon 18 Review(s).

    shifter bushings

    Material:
    Fit:
    Craftsmanship:
    Correctness:
    5.00 out of 5
    Pros:
    • price
    Cons:
    • none
    They were the fix to a sloppy shift lever. After install nice solid shifter.

    perfect fit

    Material:
    Fit:
    Craftsmanship:
    Correctness:
    5.00 out of 5
    Pros:
    Cons:
    floor shifter is nice and tight after replacing these

    Ontario, Canada

    Problem Solved

    Material:
    Fit:
    Craftsmanship:
    Correctness:
    5.00 out of 5
    Pros:
    • price
    • quality
    • fit
    Cons:
    Rebuilt shifter after realizing it was probably dangerous to leave the shifter in the condition it was in. Nice and tight now thanks to these.

    Material:
    Fit:
    Craftsmanship:
    Correctness:
    5.00 out of 5
    Pros:
    Cons:
    .

    Tigard, Oregon

    A small miracle

    Material:
    Fit:
    Craftsmanship:
    Correctness:
    5.00 out of 5
    Pros:
    Cons:
    Hardest part of the replacement of these bushings was getting the cotter pin off the linkage. Don's video is a must watch and held make the job so much easier.

    Number of questions: 0
    Please login to ask a question.
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