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Gear bushings? AE112


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I don't think the shifter end of the cable is really "serviceable", you can get solid brass bushings for the gearbox end from Speedsource etc (or do the classic skateboard bearing hack) but if the shifter ends are really flogged out it might be a case of a new shifter cable (or shift arm if it's the ball on the shifter that is worn rather than the cup on the cable).  Normally the shifter end it is the cradle bushes that you replace to try and firm things up.

 

Is it an all-round "looseness" or limited to front/back or side-to-side (which might indicate a particular linkage bush)?

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2 hours ago, Hiro Protagonist said:

I don't think the shifter end of the cable is really "serviceable", you can get solid brass bushings for the gearbox end from Speedsource etc (or do the classic skateboard bearing hack) but if the shifter ends are really flogged out it might be a case of a new shifter cable (or shift arm if it's the ball on the shifter that is worn rather than the cup on the cable).  Normally the shifter end it is the cradle bushes that you replace to try and firm things up.

 

Is it an all-round "looseness" or limited to front/back or side-to-side (which might indicate a particular linkage bush)?

Thanks bro. Its the whole thing, not limited to any direction 

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