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:
I've been working on rebuilding my '89 Lancer Shelby and everything's ready to go, except for a few parts that I need to finish it up.
Front motor mount bracket - Casting# 4348327
Forged 2.2l TII crank sprocket bolt - The mechanic I used to rebuild my short block LOST the crank...
Looking for the round black plastic door lock knob like in the middle of the pic. Shown is the passenger side knob, but I need the driver's side knob, however I'll take what I can get. Or, does anyone know of a DIY substitute?
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