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Shifter Bushings - Automatic Transmission - PAIR - Repro ~ 1967 - 1973 Mercury Cougar / 1967 - 1973 Ford Mustang 1967,1967 cougar,1967 mustang,1968,1968 cougar,1968 mustang,1969,1969 cougar,1969 mustang,1970,1970 cougar,1970 mustang,1971,1971 cougar,1971 mustang,1972,1972 cougar,1972 mustang,1973,1973 cougar,1973 mustang,automatic,bushings,c7w,c7z,c8w,c8z,c9w,c9z,cougar,d0w,d0z,d1w,d1z,d2w,d2z,d3w,d3z,ford,ford mustang,mercury,mercury cougar,mustang,new,pair,repro,reproduction,shifter,transmission,shift,pinto,granada,torino,cyclone,ranchero,t handle,shifter,sloppy,loose,plastic,bushing
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Shifter Bushings - Automatic Transmission - PAIR - Repro ~ 1967 - 1973 Mercury Cougar / 1967 - 1973 Ford Mustang

Part Number: 20122 (3151)

If your automatic shifter has play in it left to right then this is the culprit . . .

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 ... [More Info]
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great bushings, work like oem
Change shifter bushings
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Changing the bushings went just fine. They made the gearshifter tight, With little, almost no sidemovments at all. The gearshifter must have been that way, when the car was brand New.

So i can recomend those bushings, for fixing the gearshifter.

I saw an youtube video of how it was done.

Thanks form Terje.

A small miracle
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Author: Brian
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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.
Fixed Sloppy shifter
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That did the trick
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Parts worked well and now there is no slop in my shifters

Would be better if made out of aluminum for future wear
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