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Old 01-08-2010
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shift lever dust boot

The local dealer wants $43 for the rubber seal around the ball on the gearshift. I have a '97 , 4 cyl ,5 sp. Anyone know of a cheaper way to fix this?
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the small plate that has 3 bolts to the shifter tower?
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yep, that's the one.
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ya reason why its expansive it is comes with the rebuild kit. for the top if your truck isnt brand new its prob a good idea to just rebuild it anyways

here is a how too


TRS Magazine - Shifter Bushing Replacement
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