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Where did you get this bushing, is it still available? I can't find it for the life of me.

Call MGW direct to order one.

I have one and it improved firmness slightly. I have the regular MGW so I'm going to add the blowfish bracket as the final piece to tie everything together.


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This is the email I got from MGW regarding this shift arm bushing.

yes we still have them you have to call into order 706-793-1770 they are $25 shipped and do come with instructions, however you can see the video on installation on youtube. you will have to lower the tranny but do not have to remove the shifter.

Does anybody know if the blowfish bracket would work with BMR driveshaft loop? Never mind it looks like that bracket comes with an integral loop.


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Awesome, thanks for the info! I have the blowfish bracket and I'm very satisfied with the results, but the shifter just feels a tiny bit rubbery still so I'm hoping this bushing will eliminate that. But no, I'm pretty certain the blowfish bracket won't work with the BMR safety loop but you don't need both.

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