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 Post subject: Where can I buy a brass bushing?
PostPosted: Tue Jun 22, 2010 9:12 pm 
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I'm looking for a brass bushing, irregular size. 27mm OD, 20mm ID, 11mm tall.

Is there a company that has a lot of different sizes and where I can buy just one?

Thanks.

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Try McMaster-Carr.

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 23, 2010 6:31 pm 
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I did... they don't have the size I need :(

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what is the bushing for?

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bajasoobnut wrote:
what is the bushing for?


It's for a W58 transmission. I don't know what the part is called, but it's in the extension housing where the bottom of the shift lever sits.

I ended up getting one from McMaster Carr that's about 1mm too small in diameter. I'll have to get some epoxy and fill in the gap.

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ok I was just going to say if we knew what its for then maybe one of us machinists could have made one out of oillite bronze, brass, or aluminum

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bajasoobnut wrote:
ok I was just going to say if we knew what its for then maybe one of us machinists could have made one out of oillite bronze, brass, or aluminum


I'll know for next time! Thanks :)

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