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Old 10 Dec 2004, 08:38 pm
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Just received a set of booger bushings. I've found where two of the smaller bushings go, but what about the larger one, and the third smaller bushing? Does anyone have a good set of instructions (preferably with pictures) on how to install them?
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search for Beacon's post of 7/11/04. there are pictures of the install there. Search for Mopar short-throw shifter installed and picture. It's on the second page. CJJ
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booger bushings.
[8)] Two small go on the shifter end, one small & the large go on the tranny end. [8D]

If you're putting in the Hurst you'll need to modify one of the small bushings by drilling out the internal rib (for lack of a better word) so that it'll go over the shoulder bolt in the Hurst kit. It does become some what obvious.

Then enjoy them lil boogers!!! [^]
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Thanks for your help guys. It was a real pain in the A$# to get them to go on all the way. It took me a while to get them installed. But now that I've got them on, I think this was probably one of the best mods I've done so far, especially the cost-vs-benefit.
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Thanks for your help guys. It was a real pain in the A$# to get them to go on all the way. It took me a while to get them installed. But now that I've got them on, I think this was probably one of the best mods I've done so far, especially the cost-vs-benefit.
..and just think how much you learned. I enjoy doing all of my own "MODS". It makes me feel even MORE proud of my PT!!
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..and just think how much you learned. I enjoy doing all of my own "MODS". It makes me feel even MORE proud of my PT!!
[:X] What he said!!! [8)]
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Old 12 Dec 2004, 05:35 pm
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Hurst Boogers...a cold day install (& a great fix for that evil 2-3 shift!).
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