Announcement

Collapse

Classified Forums - Read this first!

Here are a few simple guidelines for this forum. Failure to follow any of these rules will be grounds for your thread to be closed.


Post your information
Post as much info as you can. Say where you are located, where the part is located, the best way to get in contact with you, if you are willing to ship, etc.


Post the item's information
Post as much info as you can. A price must be posted, as well as pictures of the item(s). Post as many pictures as you can, even if it is a common item. A picture tells a thousand words, but it can also conceal another thousand. Links to hosted galleries of images are acceptable, links to eBay and/or Craigslist are not. Once the item sells, please do not edit your ad to remove the price. Many people search through old ads to get an idea what their item may be worth.


If listing a car, post:
-The year and model
-An accurate mileage. If the odometer is broken, post what it reads currently and how many miles you believe it has
-Any aftermarket modifications
-Any known issues or damaged areas
-A price
-As many pictures as possible of every area


If listing wheels and/or tires, post:
-The brand and model
-As many specs as you can, including but not limited to tire size, tread remaining, wheel diameter, width, offset, bolt pattern and centerbore, if multi-piece the lip, barrel and center size. If they have been redrilled post the original bolt pattern and where it was done.
-Any imperfections, including but not limited to curb rash, bends, cracks, repaired areas, scratches. For tires, note any gashes, bubbles, cupping or curb rash
-A price
-As many pictures as possible of every wheel


If listing parts, post:
-What brand and what models it can be used on
-An accurate description
-How long it/they have been used for
-Any imperfections
-A price
-As many pictures as possible of every area


For miscellaneous items, post:
-A detailed description of the item
-How long it/they were used for
-Any imperfections
-A price
-As many pictures as possible of every area


For WTB threads
-Be as detailed as possible.
-List exactly what you want, what variations you will accept, colors or materials, etc.
-Post what you won't accept. This includes imperfections, colors, models, etc.
-Post a price range of what you are willing to pay (typically based on condition).
-Post where you are located and if you would prefer local pickup.


In case the point was not made, everything being sold on this forum must include a price and as many pictures as possible.
-This is not eBay or Craigslist (or any other buy/sell/trade site). Do not post links to those for your ad. The same goes for linking to ads on other forums... either post your information here or have your thread closed.
-Feeler threads are not allowed. If you're not sure about selling it, don't post it.
-Cross-posting within the R3VLimited forum is not allowed. Choose a single subforum for your ad.
-If listing your item for trade, post what you are looking for, what you feel your item is worth, if you would like cash back or if you have cash to put on top.
-Thread crapping is not allowed. If you're not interested in purchasing the item for sale or have nothing positive to add, stay out of the thread or be prepared for a time out. If you complain about the time out, it will be extended.
-Threads can be bumped a maximum of once per day (24h). You are allowed to respond to others more than once a day.
-If listing multiple items, post them in one thread. Exceptions are cars and wheels.
See more
See less

Delrin Carrier Shifter Bushings $15 shipped

Collapse
X
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

    Delrin Carrier Shifter Bushings $15 shipped

    Hello R3V members,

    We are proud to announce our latest product. Derlin shifter bushings for your e30!

    Our Garagistic delrin carrier bushings replace the original rubber bushing (which not only had lots of "give" but is usually neglected and degrades over time). These eliminate any side-to-side movement of the aluminum shifter carrier. These derlin shifter bushings fit at the front of the aluminum carrier so NO additional vibration or harshness will be felt. Replaces part number: 25 11 7 519 669 (25117519669).
    Installation instructions :
    http://garagistic.com/index.php?page...s-instructions

    $15 shipped when you use this discount code: r3vsb


    http://store.garagistic.com/bmw-bmw-...hifter-bushing

    Installation instructions :
    http://garagistic.com/index.php?page...s-instructions








    New aluminum version can be found here:



    Please let us know if you have any questions.

    Installation instructions :
    http://garagistic.com/index.php?page...s-instructions
    Last edited by garagistic; 07-22-2019, 08:03 AM.

    #2
    Do these fit an E36 shift carrier?

    Comment


      #3
      Originally posted by bubbajan21 View Post
      Do these fit an E36 shift carrier?

      Yes, Fits all of the following:


      - All E24 : 633csi, 635csi, M6
      - All E28: 528e, 535i, 535is, M5
      - All E30: 316, 318i, 325, 325e, 325i, 325is, 325ix, M3
      - E34: 525i, 530i, 535i, M5 (does not fit 540i)
      - E36: 318i, 318is, 325i, 325is
      - E46: 323i, 323ci, 325i, 325ci

      Comment


        #4
        Hmmm, E36 M3 is not listed... Will it fit a 95 M3?

        Comment


          #5
          Originally posted by bubbajan21 View Post
          Hmmm, E36 M3 is not listed... Will it fit a 95 M3?
          .

          No it wont.

          Comment


            #6
            How do I use the discount code on two bushings? It only seems to want to let me do it once when I have two bushings in the 'cart'.
            For all things 24v, check out Markert Motorworks!
            Originally posted by mbonanni
            I hate modded emtree, I hate modded cawrz, I hate jdm, I hate swag, I hate stanceyolokids, I hate bags (on cars), I hate stuff that is slowz, I hate tires.

            I am a pursit now.

            Comment


              #7
              Actually, it's $2, whatever haha payment sent.
              For all things 24v, check out Markert Motorworks!
              Originally posted by mbonanni
              I hate modded emtree, I hate modded cawrz, I hate jdm, I hate swag, I hate stanceyolokids, I hate bags (on cars), I hate stuff that is slowz, I hate tires.

              I am a pursit now.

              Comment


                #8
                Received! Can't wait to feel the difference.

                Comment


                  #9
                  Get em for the M3 carrier (oval type) and ill buy tons. Everything past the 95 M uses the oval carrier

                  Check Us out on Facebook
                  Needing a harness adapter or wiring help? Check it out: also have 24v motor mounts, E30 M3 covers and E36 ECU mounts!
                  Full Product Line Tuning
                  OBD2 Tuning Available! OBD2 E36, S54 Swap, S62 Swap, etc: tuning@MarkertMotorWorks.com Dyno Thread

                  Comment


                    #10
                    Just ordered them. Looks like a decent product. I'm actually planning on to make a before and after video for them to show everyone the difference. Even though my shifter setup is different than stock.
                    Turbo m30 drift car build.
                    500whp or bust.
                    http://www.r3vlimited.com/board/showthread.php?t=256525

                    Comment


                      #11
                      Originally posted by daspoop View Post
                      Received! Can't wait to feel the difference.

                      Keep us posted!

                      Originally posted by 328ijunkie View Post
                      Get em for the M3 carrier (oval type) and ill buy tons. Everything past the 95 M uses the oval carrier
                      Its in the works!

                      Originally posted by stinkydriverx View Post
                      Just ordered them. Looks like a decent product. I'm actually planning on to make a before and after video for them to show everyone the difference. Even though my shifter setup is different than stock.
                      You have pm!

                      Comment


                        #12
                        Just put mine in. Absolutely incredable. I did replace the shift lever and the plastic housing rotator cup at the same time, but even if you're not doing anything else it's worth taking the bitch clip off to change the stock rubber bushing out.
                        For all things 24v, check out Markert Motorworks!
                        Originally posted by mbonanni
                        I hate modded emtree, I hate modded cawrz, I hate jdm, I hate swag, I hate stanceyolokids, I hate bags (on cars), I hate stuff that is slowz, I hate tires.

                        I am a pursit now.

                        Comment


                          #13
                          Thanks for the good feedback!

                          We got tons in stock!

                          Comment


                            #14
                            discount didnt work? no worries. u owe me a pack of gum.. :-P
                            '89 Delphin 2.8 Cabrio
                            '94 Yamaha FZR 600

                            Originally posted by FlexdXJ
                            Is that thing on air?

                            Comment


                              #15
                              average install time?
                              Current Moneypits: e36 m3/4/5 Turbo Techno
                              1961 Cadillac deVille bagged -
                              IG @bryang513

                              Comment

                              Working...
                              X