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10-01-2006 06:25 PM

thanks for the info. made simple.
10-01-2006 08:04 AM
302 Z28 Go to they have precise instructions on adjusting the TV cable.

10-01-2006 05:25 AM
Need Help, adjusting a lokar tv cable

I recently finished a 1934 Ford with a 700r4 transmission. Well all but the last minute tweeking. One of my main problems is adjusting the Lokar tv cable on this 700r4 trans. to get it to down shift (for passing). I have read this is very critical. I sure don't want to toast this tranny. Can anybody give me a crash coarse on adjusting this Lokar tv cable? I called Lokar but, well I guess I missed something he told me. HELP

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