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Old 08-12-2002, 10:48 AM
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Now that Hot August Nights is over here in Reno, it is time for me to try to find more 'trick' stuff for my '36.

I am wondering is anyone knows the manufacturer or distributor of the braided line looking throttle assembly that is used in T-buckets (and others)? I have a GM type throttle cable, and kick down set-up in my truck and don't like it at all.

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Old 08-12-2002, 01:43 PM
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born and raised in reno, since about ten years ago always made it a point to LEAVE town during hot august nights! Lokar makes a good one as long as you stay away from their model that has the cable stay on the engine side of the firewall; i.e.: use their model that imitates the stock set up. looks **** . i have the kind where the pedal goes thru the floor and it is an absolute abortion. read my review in company reviews about it. with that knowledge gained (hind-sight type) you may want to use it, but it requires a block under it with 4 screw holes and a large slot drilled into both it and the firewall if you use carpet/pad on your floor(what a concept!). i have a 56 chevy pick up. took 3 days to get that sucker in right. took no time at all to mount in onto the steel floor. but when i had to put the carpet/pad in, the nightmare began
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