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Old 30-08-2023, 11:49 PM
Dilemma Dilemma is offline
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Default Replacing gear linkage bushings in GC8!

Need to replace all the bushings in my gear linkage as my gearstick flop is unbearable now! I have a 1993 GC8 (pre-facelift), but all the bushing kits etc online all seem to be for later model GC8s... anyone know if I can just use all the same bushings?

Pics attached are all of my gear linkage.

Wanted to buy a kit like this but says 96 onwards only,

This one says it'll fit my car but it doesn't have a replacement universal joint just the bushing for it and I don't really want that.

Surely they should be all interchangeable??

Images of my gearlinkage all on this original post:
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