Is it stock, with A525 trans which uses rods, not cables?
Doesn't the rod shift not use bushings? Been awhile, but non-the-less the common replacement is a heim-joint set-up which is a good bang for the buck upgrade in shift quality and reliability. Available from a few vendors:
Working on my 89 Daytona and one of the bolts got stripped taking the intake manifold off. I need one of the long bolts and I also need an exhaust stud too. It's non turbo. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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