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Re: Throttle linkage
Steve ‘62 #1388743 Thu Dec 17 2020 03:26 PM
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Check out Lokar performance products. They have all kinds of cables,pedals,etc.

Re: Throttle linkage
Steve ‘62 #1390138 Mon Dec 28 2020 04:38 PM
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Steve, I just swapped tranny's from a worn out Hydramatic to a 700R4 on the backside of a 305V-6. I bought the Bow-Tie Overdrive setup and the bracket is designed for the Terry Cable system. I had to change from the old bell crank linkage to a new cable wire accelerator setup. I did a full tutorial on the swap using a gas pedal from a 2005-2009 full sized Ford/Mercury.

Hope this helps.

Last edited by Modelman; Mon Dec 28 2020 04:40 PM.

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Re: Throttle linkage
Steve ‘62 #1390700 Thu Dec 31 2020 09:58 PM
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Thanks Modelman. Will have to check that out. Sure seems like ind solution.

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