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TO30 throttle linkage length?

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volksman79

10-25-2013 19:20:58
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I am making a new linkage from the throttle lever to the friction disc plate. The parts book says the shaft is 3 1/16 but the ball joints I got are a little larger. What is the assembled length from center of ball joint to center of ball joint? That way I can make the shaft the correct length to work with my new ball joints.

Thank you,
Arthur




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Bob (Aust)

10-26-2013 12:46:50
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 Re: TO30 throttle linkage length? in reply to volksman79, 10-25-2013 19:20:58  
The TEA20 throttle linkage does not use ball joints. This may give you an alternate idea, simpler and less hassles?

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I would not think length would be too critical as any difference could be taken up at the governor end?

Bob in Oz
This post was edited by Bob (Aust) at 12:50:17 10/26/13.

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volksman79

10-26-2013 16:56:47
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 Re: TO30 throttle linkage length? in reply to Bob (Aust), 10-26-2013 12:46:50  
Thanks that would be a great idea if i run into problems making this one. Looks sturdy.



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Del Huebner

10-26-2013 07:21:33
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 Re: TO30 throttle linkage length? in reply to volksman79, 10-25-2013 19:20:58  

Arthur, the ends of the rod should be threaded to allow you to adjust the linkage as needed. I would say place all the linkage in the idle position and go from there.



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volksman79

10-26-2013 16:58:05
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 Re: TO30 throttle linkage length? in reply to Del Huebner, 10-26-2013 07:21:33  
That look s a lot like what I have. I just got quick release ones just in case I have to work on it. I may switch to fixed ones once i get it set up and going.



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