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garagistic 12-18-2012 09:53 PM

Delrin e30 shifter bushings (both oval and round available)
 
Got some bushings available to get rid of that slop in your e30! Use coupon code r3vsb for these prices!

Use coupon code r3vsb and the rear bushings are $11 shipped.

We now have oval bushings as well (for people running swapped trannies):

http://store.garagistic.com/ocart/e4...ter%20bushings

Use coupon code r3vsb and the oval bushings alone are $18 shipped.


http://store.garagistic.com/ocart/im..._1-500x500.jpg


Package deal. (coupon code is r3vsb)

Round bushings + rear = $25 shipped

Oval bushing + rear = $28 shipped

http://store.garagistic.com/ocart/bm...hifter-bushing

http://store.garagistic.com/ocart/im..._2-500x500.jpg

http://store.garagistic.com/ocart/e3...ifter_bushings

http://store.garagistic.com/ocart/im...ings_bmw_1.jpg

(It will ask you before you add to cart if you would like to include the rear bushing).

REMEMBER TO USE COUPON CODE r3vsb on any of our shifter bushing parts to get this special bimmerfest pricing!

_Ethrty-Andy_ 12-18-2012 10:06 PM

assume thats shipped to US only right.

garagistic 12-18-2012 11:33 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by _Ethrty-Andy_ (Post 7258858)
assume thats shipped to US only right.

Sorry that wasn't clear. Yes this is shipping the the US.


Shipping international (small flat rate box) is about $16 worldwide.

Chaunceton 12-20-2012 01:43 PM

Man you guys are great. Odometer gears are working great for me. Thank you for providing the parts that wear out. I have an '89 325i, these round bushings will tighten up my shifter for sure?

garagistic 12-20-2012 03:57 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Chaunceton (Post 7262381)
Man you guys are great. Odometer gears are working great for me. Thank you for providing the parts that wear out. I have an '89 325i, these round bushings will tighten up my shifter for sure?


Absolutely. The difference will be very noticeable if it is paired with the rear bushing as well!

Chaunceton 01-10-2013 05:32 PM

Is there a more simple way to replace these bushings besides taking out the drive line, and tilting the transmission back to get to that clip on top of the trans? As is it looks like a real big fix for a such a small part/problem.

hornhospital 01-10-2013 06:22 PM

Short answer: Nope. Not if you want to keep your sanity.

garagistic 01-10-2013 08:07 PM

Unfortunately not. This is more of a "while I'm down there doing other things" kind of modification.

Although it may be possible, you may go mad in the process.

garagistic 04-04-2013 11:31 PM

In stock! Same day shipping in most cases!

garagistic 05-16-2013 06:31 PM

In stock! Place your order. Ships same day.


For those who installed this, go onto our website and write a review! It will be appreciated!

garagistic 06-23-2013 03:03 AM

Still got a couple more in stock.

garagistic 07-14-2013 11:54 AM

Tracking sent.

garagistic 08-13-2013 11:13 AM

Both versions in stock.

garagistic 08-30-2013 10:02 AM

Got them both in stock.

International guys we can either ship USPS small flat rate box or the cheaper 1st class way (Only $2 first class).

Nick323 09-02-2013 01:39 AM

Finaly a American company that realises there is a world out there :)
Quote:

or the cheaper 1st class way
Most US companies have this attitude of "we will freight it our way & screw you" :(

Thanks for your service :thumbup:

garagistic 10-10-2013 04:31 PM

Still in stock!

garagistic 11-13-2013 05:16 PM

Tracking numbers sent. Thank you.

magendim 11-14-2013 02:22 PM

Don't currently have any compelling reason to pull the tranny at the moment, but I'll have to remember this. I have the left side hole in the shift boot... :(

I have a mothballed Triumph GT6 and back in the early 90's when I was I was driving it, they always had an issue with the shift linkage rubber bushings disintegrating. So, had a local machine shop make me a couple of Delrin replacements and that was the end of that problem! :)

KDiggityDog76 11-18-2013 11:31 PM

How do you get that rear carrier bushing into the mount?
I just replaced my old rear carrier bushing/mount with a new OE unit, and it seemed like the rubber part was fused into the metal housing. Is this not the case?
And the previous poster was correct... that top clip holding the shifter arm pin in place will drive you insane no matter how you slice it. :)
Thanks!

garagistic 11-19-2013 01:09 AM

That is correct. The rubber must be removed. It can be burned out or using a heat gun.

Quote:

Originally Posted by KDiggityDog76 (Post 7965217)
How do you get that rear carrier bushing into the mount?
I just replaced my old rear carrier bushing/mount with a new OE unit, and it seemed like the rubber part was fused into the metal housing. Is this not the case?
And the previous poster was correct... that top clip holding the shifter arm pin in place will drive you insane no matter how you slice it. :)
Thanks!


garagistic 01-15-2014 06:39 PM

Both in stock with same day shipping.

garagistic 02-14-2014 12:00 PM

Still in stock!

garagistic 03-19-2014 01:02 AM

Still in stock!

garagistic 05-23-2014 06:53 PM

Still in stock!

garagistic 07-29-2014 02:49 PM

Tracking numbers sent. Please leave a review on our website. THanks!


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