If you will take the New bushing and the old one to a auto parts store, I feel sure they would gladly use their calipers to verify they are identical in size or not.
Make sure it will go over the tip end of your tranny input shaft too!
How about a longer bolt, with a nut ran down close to the end. Let the protruding threads be inside of the bushing. But not so far as to bottom out in the crankshaft hole.
The "Long-ness" of the bolt will sorta give you something to hold on to to keep you straight as you drive it in.
If your nut is too big around to continue driving the bushing "Home", after it's started well, use a Deep socket, the same size, or a "tad bit" smaller to tap it on into it's final destination.
Just recently got mine back in too!
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Friday, February 25th, 2011 AT 3:34 PM