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post #1 of (permalink) Old 12-10-2001, 12:43 AM Thread Starter
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Rolling Rolling Rolling, MC2100 Throttle linkage.

Well, seeing as how my Carter BBD had been butchered to death, and the throttle cable bracket was ugh, oh so dead, I decided that instead of making a lever/pivot bracket to make the MC2100 accept a down pull instead of a back one, I'd just move the throttle cable to a backwards pulling position instead of a downwards pulling one.

If anyone has any clue about what I said, Do you think this will be a problem?? I did the bracket in cardboard, it worked, I've got the steel... I'm gona go ahead with it.

Would anyone be interested in a write up?

On another note, what's the best "Anti-Ricer" medication on the market.. I found myself spit-shining my Chrome air-filter housing today.. it's really purdy.. I'm thinking about getting some chrome diff covers..

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post #2 of (permalink) Old 12-10-2001, 01:11 AM
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Re: Rolling Rolling Rolling, MC2100 Throttle linkage.

Heres a link to an old post of mine showing what I did for a back pulling linkage.


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