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Cant find bushings for clutch pedal linkage for 1986 man trans. dodge 150 custom pickup. Pivot Bearings I think is what they are called.

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I used to find hard to find parts at Napa. Talk to the manager, and have the manager pull out the parts book/s. It won't be listed on their computers.

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It's a dealer only item. you may be able to get some at the junk yard

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