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Old 02-16-2010, 10:25 AM
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Thanks for that..
Now I feel stupid, cos I missed that pipe both times!
I will check my Brake reservior today and see if it has the nipple.
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Old 02-16-2010, 07:14 PM
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They all have the nipple. YOu just have to cut it off....like new caulk or new glue.
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Old 02-16-2010, 09:41 PM
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Cool!

Anyone know where I can get the shift linkage rubber bushes that the rods go into on the Transmission?
I cant find them.... In fact any M/T parts for this model... Peachparts does not even list it, nor ********.
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If you are talking about the side seals on the case under the levers, you have to get it from the MB classic center. You can also get the shift linkage bushings from the classic center, but I think that you should be able to get them from buymbparts or some such if you email them.

Heres the part # for the rebuild kit for that casting model-
A 1242609201

its like 70-90 bucks or around there, includes all gaskets and O-rings, input and output seals


the side seals ARE just O-rings, you might just pull the little cage out with a prybar and size the O-ring. The O-ring is held in by a little steel cup pushed over it, a small pry bar or screw driver works pretty well to get them out.

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Old 02-17-2010, 10:54 AM
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Might need that too, thanks!
I am talking about the larger black rubber bushes that go on the shifter linkage arms on the transmission... where the rods from the shifter connect to. One of mine is missing and the others appear worn/cracked.
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Might need that too, thanks!
I am talking about the larger black rubber bushes that go on the shifter linkage arms on the transmission... where the rods from the shifter connect to. One of mine is missing and the others appear worn/cracked.
Those grommets are allot easier to replace with the tranny out and should be available from the parts dept here.
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stealership can also get them for you-

here are the part numbers you want-

linkage to shifter bushings- A 2109920010
linkage to tranny lever bushings- A 0009921010
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What kinda milage increase should the M/T conversion give me?
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Old 02-18-2010, 09:19 AM
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that 5th gear should be somewhere around a .8 overdrive. You should be able to calculate what the drop in RPM would be over whatever the stock automatic tranny was for final gear.
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