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    BillyM Shift-Bushing Kit

    Please read the ENTIRE first post before asking any questions, sending any payments, or even thinking about posting in this thread.

    The Product



    Toss your shifter into third gear, now wiggle your shifter side to side. *If you've got more than 1/4" of travel you most likely suffer from a worn shift socket (every w58 I've ever seen has had it) *No problem you say? You'll just replace the bushings? Negatory, that only replaces the shift seat and knuckle bushings. Replacing the socket shouldn't be much harder, right? *Ready to cough up over $125 for the parts and pull/split the tranmission to fix it? *...nah, me either. *This option allows you to do it all from the shifter hole to great result. *I slam gears on my 7m mk2 race car with this kit, the precision and solid feel assure I never miss a shift. *I wake up, snick my celica GTS into gear, and roll out along my daily duties, without the wobble ever-present on the stock shifter and no noticeable increased vibration or noise. *The shift feel on this kit eclipses anything you've ever felt in these cars, I promise.

    This shift bushing kit is a drop-in option for repairing the worn shift socket within the transmission (#3) WITHOUT dropping and splitting the transmission (and paying Toyota ~$100 for the part). *The kit also comes with a delrin shifter nuckle bushing (#2) and an upgraded delrin seat bushing (#1) to finish up the set. *I guarantee this to be the best shifter feel, with over 350 already sold, the positive feedback is ROLLING in... *Don't be left wondering if you're shifting into second or fourth, fix it right, fix it once, and enjoy it!

    see below for bushing arrangement


    Install instructions are HERE. *<-- *THIS IS IMPORTANT


    Payments and Ordering

    Please click through to www.w58bushings.com for paypal/CC payment/shipping options

    ...any more than 2 sets, hit me up for a volume-pricing quote.


    I'm accepting paypal/credit card purchases through my site www.w58bushings.com Postal money order or check pm for address.

    *These are now stocked items, and they ship out same or next day.

    *Once you have made your payment, please post in this thread with your first name on the account registered that made the payment.

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    --billyM
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    CelicaSupra.com Member pituala's Avatar
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    I'm assuming this works in the R154 and if so, put me down for one

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    Quote Originally Posted by pituala View Post
    I'm assuming this works in the R154 and if so, put me down for one

    - Armin
    Ok, Friday (tomorrow) put me down for 2 sets without the brass bushing (for the R154). I'll pm you and send the paypal tomorrow.
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    thats the info ive been waiting to find out as well. if this works for the r154, im in......
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    There are two ways to figure out if it'll work for the r154 guys.

    A: Take some measurements on the steering nuckle of a r154 for me. I need a picture from the top down, and a measurement of the three visible rings' (as seen in my instructional thread) inner diameter. (First person to do this will get some compensation for their time.)

    B. Wait until someone else with the r154 fits it.

    Let me know,
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    Quote Originally Posted by BillyM View Post
    There are two ways to figure out if it'll work for the r154 guys.

    A: Take some measurements on the steering nuckle of a r154 for me. I need a picture from the top down, and a measurement of the three visible rings' (as seen in my instructional thread) inner diameter. (First person to do this will get some compensation for their time.)

    B. Wait until someone else with the r154 fits it.

    Let me know,
    --billyM
    When my kit arrives I'm trying it on the R154 I dont even have a w58 around anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by funky_monkey58 View Post
    When my kit arrives I'm trying it on the R154 I dont even have a w58 around anymore.
    If you find it works right before I get the measurements, let us know
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    CelicaSupra.com Member pituala's Avatar
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    Well, I know W58 and R154 shifters are interchangable for sure....that I can say with confidence. I'll get my good camera and take some pics while my tranny is out.
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    I'll take one.
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    It fits the R154 However the brass bushing is not necessary, as toyota did not use a bushing in the R154.

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