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So I've done the search thing and can find nothing current on replacing the shifter bushings.....mine has a very sloppy condition and I'd like to replace it.

 

Does anyone offer the rebuild kit?

 

Thanks!

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27 minutes ago, datzenmike said:

 

I saw this set up, but it didn't say that it will work on my truck? Just for Z's......

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'78 620??? they are the same transmission. Once the engine size started getting larger and the vehicle heavier and used for carrying loads the F4W63 was a little too light so Nissan simply swapped the six cylinder 4 speed transmission in. When the 5 speed became available on the 280z in '77 it was offered as an option on the truck.

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The also fit the 63A dogleg and the B-210 and 210 shifters.

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The pivot pin, plastic bushings, and e-clips are still available thru Nissan , but you might have to partner with someone because they sell e-clips in packs of 10; and bushings in 5 packs, when the vehicle only requires 1 e-clip, and 2 bushings . Go figure, eh?

 

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I had to buy an oil pan from the dealer several years ago. It was pricey......$200.00 I think.?

The tray inside mine was cracked and almost broken.
Good thing I caught it when we did the transmission.


 

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Making those bushings from brass is a really simple mini-lathe project.  Then you can custom fit them for better clearances.  

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