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Old 07-04-2006, 10:09 AM
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TH350 Kickdown Cable

I have a 69 Camaro with a 350 engine and TH350 transmission. I just changed the intake manifold Edelbrock Performer Air-Gap and Performer 600 CFM Carb. I replaced a 2 bbl carb, and the kickdown cable is about 1/2 inch short using the stock bracket. Any idea on how to fix this issue?
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I used to have an Edlebrock intake and Edelbrock carb on my 350. I re-used the Qjet linkage bracket that bolts across the rear of the carb mounting holes. Had to drill the rear holes to fit the Edelbrock, but it went on exactally like the qjet did and my kickdown, accel cable and cruise cable fit fine. Might try finding a stock qjet cable bracket.

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Kick down help

Edelbrock makes a extension kit part # 350-8012 if you can not get it local Jegs can get it. www.jegs.com punch in part # it will show you what it looks like that should do the trick it has helped me before good luck.
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