I ordered a set Torque Solution shift cable bushings for my car. As soon as they arrived I was ready to install them, but they didn't fit. I didn't think much about it, and just grabbed a step drill bit and made the holes larger. Well as I go to put these in and put the bracket on the car, I notice that the holes in the bushings are way smaller than the diameter of the bolt. So now on to my dilemma. I had to reinstall the stock rubber bushings and metal inserts, but now there is a fair amount of play in the stock bushings. My question is now that I have enlarged the holes in the bracket, should I keep these bushings and drill them out to the proper diameter? Or send these back and buy a new bracket? I'm going to attach a picture of the bushings with a bolt through one of them. The bolt I'm using is one of the ones used to bolt the stock intake into place, which is roughly half the size of the ones used in the shift cable bracket.