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Carburator linkage

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by dirt t, May 17, 2013.

  1. I need one of these . If you could give me a part number or sorce of one I'll treat you to a liver and onion milkshake and a pomagranet sandwitch.:p
    Thanks for your help.
    Terry aka dirt t
     

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  2. 325w
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    Have you looked at the Ace hardware?
     
  3. You could make one in about 10 minutes.
     
  4. kennb
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    something like that I would make. I have a lathe and a mill, and I also have a smithy combo machine for small work. That was the most useful purchase I ever made. It's great for small parts like that, and it's more precision than you would think. Ken
     

  5. el Scotto
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    Chrysler used something similar to that the on kickdown linkage on their late 60s/early 70's cars.
     
  6. mashed
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  7. Thats easy for you to say. The only machiene in my shop is a prill press.:D
     
  8. oj
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    Any chevy from 60-70's would have them, try a Dorman/Help rack at napa.
     
  9. Funny you said that I tried the parts counter and the Dorman rack with no luck. The parts guy wanted make model and year.
    Thanks for the reply.
    Terry aka dirt t
     
  10. Thats all you need. Cut off a piece of 1/2 or 3/4" bar stock, drill a hole crossways adn in the end. Tap. Install a bolt or all thread, and away tou go. Or drive your happy ass to Bullhead and I'll make you one :D
     
  11. chopper526
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    I have almost the exact same part on my carb linkage on my 1967 Mustang. Take a look at some Mustang parts catalogs, or give one of them a call, or check a boneyard. Good luck.
     
  12. I'm buying bergers and beer if we do.
    Terry
     
  13. sscargo
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    chevy universal throttle rod D&R classics part number M00124-U comes with one of these on the end. $11.95

    yes, having the lathe is nice.

    Mat
     
  14. Thats what I'm looking for. Don't need the rod . Thank you
    Terry
     
  15. oj
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    I know what you mean, the new parts guys are good if you need a cabin filter for your lexus.
    Let me know if you can't track one down, i've got a few of them and can send you one.
     
  16. since you found it
    you could have chucked a pice in drill press and a file and made it
     
  17. bobby_Socks
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  18. Like I said, drill press is pretty much all you need. You could make it out of round stock or rectagular bar.
     

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  19. 57Custom300
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    I've had the best luck finding stuff like that in Kingman at Kingman Auto Supply on Airfield.
     

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