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03-02-2015 06:37 PM
WuNgUnSVT I wouldn't do another run... And I no longer have any Focus's. If I did, I'd have to charge big $ just to make it worth my time.
Anyone could make a batch... Local machinist... Hardware store.... Bam!
03-02-2015 06:35 PM
Black05 Just read that about the sifter bushings any chance of another run of them? Also any one make a delrin or aluminum square yet? That sells them or is the oem replacement good enough?
03-02-2015 05:56 PM
WuNgUnSVT Wow... YouTube!? Nice....
I invented a popular mod! Lol
03-02-2015 05:56 PM
sbc17 Yes it can be done. You have to pull off the intake and move the fuse box if IIRC. I did it to mine and it was a huge improvement.
03-02-2015 05:56 PM
WuNgUnSVT It can be done in the car....
I made a dozen Derlin bushings years ago as a replacement for the rubber one. I have none left...
I have a thread on it as well.
03-02-2015 05:55 PM
leolonewolf Super easy to do with trans in car. There is a YouTube out there for it. Just have to remove the Airbox assembly
03-02-2015 05:53 PM
Black05 Ok sorry i didnt read all of the thread but can this be done with the motor in the car? My bushing is completly gone on mine...... Just bought the car. Ordering a new bushing thursday. But how hards this to do with the trans in the car? And the shift linkage bushing any one replace it yet? Wonder if we can use bushings like the srt/neon guys do woth the solid bushings?
02-26-2015 12:17 AM
zx3turd Whats the word on the mtx75 i just did the clutch on it and the rubber bushing doesnt hold on anymore i wouldnt mind fixing the slop
02-04-2015 10:37 AM
vortechxi Good news is they are still available. Thanks Steve
10-27-2014 10:38 AM
leolonewolf I got ahold of him just fine via email. He even sent me a quote with the part already in the cart, 18.00 I think it was.

Edit: part was $13.00 plus s/h
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