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post #1 of (permalink) Old 07-26-2003, 02:40 AM
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Hand throttle

I have been reading a lot about this lately, and i was just wondering if any of you might be able to better describe this to me, or have a picture of it or something. Thanks all
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Re: Hand throttle

You can buy a kit, or use old thumb style bicycle shifter components with a cable linking to your throttle linkage. Most mount them on the shift rod for easy control of two things with one hand.

You might look at this

or this

or this

should get you started.
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Re: Hand throttle

While at the auto parts store one day, I found a replacement throttle with cable for a lawn tractor. The cable is the right length to mount between the seats in my CJ. I haven't hooked it up yet, but it's an idea.
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