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Old 11-24-2006, 11:04 AM
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Q: about 3speed manual collumn shift linkage.

looking for the part #/name of the bushing or whatever keeps the linkage tight. its very loose and sometimes won't go into gear. i've heard through the grapevine that this is a common problem with 3 speed transmission. any diagrams or info would help. here is a pic. 1971 c10.
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-Jesse
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MR. Gasket has a bushing kit part #11
Bob
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This bushing or grommet should still be available for your truck at your local Chevy/GMC truck dealer's parts counter for less than $5.
It was probably used without chnage from the 50-80s when standards went back to the floor for shifting.
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thank you both very much. ill check on both options today. thanks again.
-Jesse
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