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Shifter Bushings for Manual Transmission
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SubmitterddgonzalMore Photos from ddgonzal   Last Update2006/7/1 19:56    Tell a friendTell a friend
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The bushings become dry rotted,broken. New ones restore your shifter for tight, precise shifting again.

Nissan PN 32855-H1010

These bushings fit:
1967-1970 B10
1971-1973 B110
1974-1978 B210
1969-1973 510
1977-1980 810s
1973-1979 620 pickup
1980-1985 720 pickup
1977-1983 200sx
1969-1973 patrol

Often for sale on eBay

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Dodgeman
Posted: 2006/7/1 18:13  Updated: 2006/7/1 18:13
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Joined: 2003/6/27
From: Southern Tablelands N.S.W. Australia
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 Re: Shifter Bushings for Manual Transmission
The original part number was
32855- 24900. This was used in all B10 model four speeds & was carried into 1200's untill it was superceded by the number that you have listed [32855- H1010]

It is interchangeable with the former bush, so we could add the 1967 to '70 Datsun 1000 to the list of vehicles that it services.

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B210sleeper
Posted: 2006/1/3 19:48  Updated: 2006/1/3 19:48
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Joined: 2003/12/3
From: Burbank, CA
Posts: 2150
 Re: Shifter Bushings for Manual Transmission
I have a set of those aluminum thingies, anyone want them? they aren't useful to me $20+Shipping

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ddgonzal
Posted: 2006/3/5 9:33  Updated: 2006/3/5 9:33
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From: Hawaii, USA
Posts: 30643
 Re: Shifter Bushings for Manual Transmission
I got tired of the shifter in my 1200 flopping around, so today I changed the bushings. It took about 5 minutes. I don't know what happened to the old bushings, I didn't see any in there at all. It was nice and tight last year, but one day it just started flopping. I reckon the old ones shattered into a million pieces.

Anyways, for 5 minutes and 5 dollars, it sure works better now.

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LittleFireyOne
Posted: 2006/6/30 14:07  Updated: 2006/6/30 14:07
No life (a.k.a. DattoMaster)
Joined: 2005/8/27
From: Townsville, Qld
Posts: 2969
 Re: Shifter Bushings for Manual Transmission
so when you buy those, is it just both or just the plastic ones? and $5 you say? I might actually pay Nissan a visit, wait a tic I already did lowsy bums didn't tell me if my job application was sucessful

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ddgonzal
Posted: 2006/6/30 20:04  Updated: 2006/6/30 20:04
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 Re: Shifter Bushings for Manual Transmission
Just the plastic ones is all you need.

The metal part is a racing application.