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Hell yes!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
 

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In my opinion, NO. If they were $5-$10 bucks they would be worth it. It stiffens it up a little more, but I also missed more shifts with them in, so I took them out and haven't a single missed shift,............yet!
 

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A whole-hearted, resounding YES from me. Booger bushings are the way to go!
 

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$5-$10? How much cheaper can one of the cheapest "mods" be?

Seriously though.... they were never intended to be a "mod". They were originally intended to be an alternative to buying new cable assemblies for well over $100. 5 years from now you'll see SRT-4s in the same boat as existing Neons, Shadows, etc that have no tranny bushings since the stock ones fall apart. Given the choice do you then pay ~$20 or ~$125? Cable shifters are sloppy with soft "ends". Stiffen them up, relearn how to shift and forget about it. Every day I WOT 1-2 and 2-3 at 8600, I never miss a gear and that is NOT with stock bushings.
 

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i vote "yay" :frogtongu
 

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BluFlame said:
In my opinion, NO. If they were $5-$10 bucks they would be worth it. It stiffens it up a little more, but I also missed more shifts with them in, so I took them out and haven't a single missed shift,............yet!
That really makes no sense whatsoever. The bushings actually stiffen it up when you go into a gear. It doesn't change the throw.
 
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