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This happened to mine too (after years of service) and Shinoo fixed me up.

I could remove the part with the bearings, spring and pins without removing the whole shifter mechanism, but then, I do not have a passenger seat, so you might need to take that out.

For a few hundred miles, that pivot pin looks pretty hammered. Mine is way less worn than that. The motion of the stick is limited in the RH direction by the gearbox (not the shifter), so you should ensure that the bearing is not running out of range.
 
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