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installation of short shifter


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They just snapped into place to start with, so you could squeeze all the tabs at the same time and pull it back out. The problem is that squeezing all the tabs at once isn't as easy as it sounds. After screwing around with it for an hour, trying various methods of getting all the tabs in at the same time, I decided it wasn't worth the trouble and just popped them off.

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Try it - maybe you can figure out a way.

To compress all the tabs at the same time I have tried wire, hose clamp, and I forget what else. One time there were 3 of us trying to push down all at the same time. With 6 hands we still could not pull the bushing out.

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I would like to see the machine that pushes those bushings in. I can't get them out with out breaking the tabs. I have tried on several different cars on different days using different methods.

...any excuse to get another tool for the tool box TP :renntech:

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