1984fj60 manual transmission

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Hello looking for part# for the shifter cup/bushing that goes on the end of the shifter you know that plastic thing also the top cover gasket for some reason pr the other im not finding either. 1984fj60 4 speed manual transmission
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Ok well gonna add a little more to this the 60 is a customer rig here for front axle rebuild no problem then askes if i could check the transmission. The transmission is hard to move the shifter not running or running goes from fist to second fine hard to move over to third shifts into 3 to 4th fine same hard to move shifter back over to 1st second but shifts fine from second to first same thing to reverse hard to move over to but goes into that gear. Basically hard to move shifter into the gates but goes in gear fine. When i say hard to move can wiggle the shifter with pressure or kinda bang it over open handed. No fun doing this while driving. Any thoughts on this?
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Replace the shift lever rubber cushion seat ring thingy that the shifter ball rests on. If you don't see one or its smashed, that's the problem.
PN: 33505-60010

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Just wanted to close this thread out with problem solved. Ordered up the seat part# 33505-60011 should have ordered the shifter boot part# 33555-55011 at the same time so waiting on the boot to put the transmission tunnel back on. So problem was shifter wouldn't move back and forth from reverse gear over to first second gear once it poped over it shifted into 1st to second find the same problem wouldn't go over to 3rd 4th without a battle once over shifted into 3rd gear fine same into 4th. Replacing the seat fixedthis problem wasn't much left of the original seat. Remember if your doing this project male sure you order the boot also it's more thanlikely to be riped or rotted. Hope rhia helps anyone in the future. Here are some pics. Thanks again @OSS
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