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Shifter assembly on an nv3500 5 speed for a gmc Sierra k1500

Fishman17

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For the past 2 weeks I have been looking for a little shifter bushings or at least I think it is a shifter bushing for my shifter assembly I have one, but i need two for both sides to help stabilize the lever. I have not been able to find it or even the vin number on my transmission because my truck was switched from an automatic to a manual. If anyone has any idea where I can find and purchase the bushing or even find the vin number on my transmission please comment.
 

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MrMarty51

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For the past 2 weeks I have been looking for a little shifter bushings or at least I think it is a shifter bushing for my shifter assembly I have one, but i need two for both sides to help stabilize the lever. I have not been able to find it or even the vin number on my transmission because my truck was switched from an automatic to a manual. If anyone has any idea where I can find and purchase the bushing or even find the vin number on my transmission please comment.
Welcome to thetruckstop Fishman.
I dont know if it would be available through rockauto.com but You might check in there.
 

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Maybe post pics of the transmission itself so maybe one of the people here can ID the trans itself.
once the trans is narrowed down, parts breakdown from gm, dodge, etc dealership could get a part number even if no longer sold by them. From there it could be found Online or knowing what truck to open up in junkyard.

worse case scenario is have a machine shop fabricate one. Might be a couple hundred but better than a new trans.

Assuming the other one is simply broken or worn out needing replacement? Or did you buy truck disassembled?
Will the same part fit both sides so that they are identical?
 
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