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Pilot Bushing ? for the masses.

Discussion in 'Manual Transmission & Clutch' started by SquareRoot, Jan 4, 2021.

  1. Frankenchevy

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    Seems accurate, but I personally couldn’t say 100%
     
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    Okay everyone read my post 3 pages back. at 2:21 today .
     
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    That's what I meant. Thanks for showing the pics of Chevy stuff. No bushing for an automatic. A Gen I engine and period correct Chevy automatic.
     
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    Those poor kitty kitties...
     
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    jibber-jabber...lol...
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    You asked why. I tried to back out at 2:21, but.Things [email protected] 7:22 tonight I explained it real well and things persisted. And now it comes down too how we were only talking about the original posters comment. He doesn't even have an automatic.
     
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    I stand corrected, @Snoots mentioned bushing for an automatic. That's when I started wanting to know about the automatic transmission pilot bushings, as I hadn't ever seen one on any gen I engine with a factory issued non-conversion-type automatic.

    The conclusion is some come factory with them, others need them because a non-factory engine or transmission is used, or some type of conversion took place.

    With that, I am out. I learned some stuff today, and that's what matters.
     
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    I thought this was a Chevy-GMC forum, what's all the BS about jeep and other foreign car convertor bushings?....I'm just here for the bagels
     
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    I tried to stop it all at 2:21 yesterday but it just spread. Maybe I should of worn a mask.
     
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    Ehhh, if the questions weren't answered, and the answers questioned, we wouldn't have learned anything today.
     
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    I like the way you worded that.
     
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    I'm posting this in hopes, people that didn't know, now will know some symptoms and things to check when swapping transmissions, engines, or torque converters.

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