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03-05-2006 09:17 AM
OldSchoolChevy DIDN'T WANT IT!!!!
03-05-2006 07:37 AM
Seon Gotta love those 3x2's. Here's a set for a small block Chevy that I was going to install in the wife's car but she didn't want it .

I'm sure I'll find a use for it .

03-04-2006 12:43 PM
KULTULZ
Quote:
Originally Posted by pcoghlan

Based upon the posted photos do you think the throttle cable bracket you posted will fit??
I am pretty sure it is for the ROCHESTER 2GC. It will allow you to hook a LOKAR throttle cable up. It is all described in their website.

Quote:
Originally Posted by Rob Keller

KULTULZ

Is that a progressive linkage?
I don't believe it is. I found that photo on the ROCHESTER CARB website. He has about anything you need for ROCH multiple carburetion.

I redid a PONTIAC 3X2 set for a guy way back when...
03-04-2006 08:04 AM
Rob Keller KULTULZ

Is that a progressive linkage?


R
03-04-2006 06:15 AM
pcoghlan Coldknock, too late, prurchases made, invoice in the mail to you! ;-)

Seriously though, you did get me thinking. I spent a few days checking out options and add to that the fact that the existing carb/manifold setup has a few issues and needed a couple of hundred spending to replace the carb abyway.

KULTULZ yes I do have the carb linkage, thanks. Based upon the posted photos do you think the throttle cable bracket you posted will fit??

Thanks,
Paul
03-03-2006 05:33 PM
KULTULZ
Quote:
Originally Posted by pcoghlan

Now, where in blazes do I get the bracketry to connect the cable to the linkage...hmmm
Do you have the carb linkage?



-AUTOMOTION ROCHESTER CARBURETOR SERVICE-



The above bracket is -LOKAR-
03-03-2006 05:20 PM
coldknock Dang dude! I was half-heartedly joking about that and the other half was being serious. Looks like you decided to stay with the Chevy engine so when's the 4-speed going in it?

Good job on the 3X2's anyway. It's gonna be cool.


Larry
03-03-2006 04:56 PM
Centerline Gotta love those tri-power setups.
03-03-2006 01:27 PM
35WINDOW Very, very nice-can't wait to see it when it's installed-good choice!
03-03-2006 12:30 PM
pcoghlan
new tripower purchase!

Well someone made a mad suggestion in another thread that I should consider moving to a 3x2 setup, so I did!

Just bought the manifold, carbs and linkage etc and ordered the air filters this PM from vintage speed.

All being fitted to my old-school '29 highboy

Cant wait!!!!

Now, where in blazes do I get the bracketry to connect the cable to the linkage...hmmm

Paul

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