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    Having some bushing trouble

    I have recently bought a set of cheddas auto linkage bushings. I have the two installed on the gear lever itself. But Iím having trouble finding the linkage at the other end. (I know rookie mistake) Could anyone point to where those may be?

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    Looks like I'm answering this quite late. Sorry. On the trans side you will find them on the passenger side of the engine bay mounted on the back side of the trans case. If you have a helper look in there while someone shifts the car and you will see them move.
    Assuming you already figured it out and got it done, did these make a difference? Was it substantial?
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      Hey! Sorry I’m getting back to this late as well lol I was able to get them installed, I’m assuming that I HAD to have put them in somewhat incorrectly. The shift feel got maybe better (If it did it wasn’t at all significant) I don’t blame cheddas by any stretch. But FatFourCustoms makes aluminum versions of the same bushings instead of delrin like cheddas so those might be more up my alley. I’m doing a full refresh of everything come spring (Engine/Trans Swap, Coilovers, Poly Bushings, Wheels, Tires, CV’s, Ball Joints) so I’ll know if they do anything with a new set up.

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