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Carb linkage....

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thedaddycat
Now here's one that I have to admit I have not seen before..... This must be one of those newfangled pivoting throttle link thingamabobs....

I was looking at the Big Ten to see if it had a short or long intake manifold so I could try to get the proper linkage for the 3310 H. For now I swapped carbs and manifolds along with the linkage from the 3310 V over to the H. I have to put a battery in it and check out a few other things and I'll try a test run of the engine. In the meantime I was trying to get info to try getting the right linkage from some of the "Parters" out there when I found this suprise.... Anyone else have something like this???

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Kirk, I didn't even have one on the engine for the AC712S. I made one from a piece of 1/16 inch welding rod. I tend to make them a little long, and if they need adjustment, use lineman's pliers and put a slight zig-zag in them to shorten.

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