I have an in-line six cylinder ford stationary power unit that needs a throttle cable. The kind that has a black knob that you screw out to increase throttle and push the button to push the throttle in. I was at the industrial Ford dealer a couple of years ago and I think they wanted like $70 bucks or so for the cable. Does anyone know where to buy them a little more reasonable? Thanks for any suggestions.
Re: Throttle cable, in reply to greygoat, 07-19-2011 06:38:08
That would put you 100 miles +or- a few miles south east of me. I am just south of the Twin Cities. I have a few V4 Wisconsin's that I have not ran in several years and two 2 cylinders that I have not ran in many years. My Wisconsin's are all crank start and I am getting tired of the crank. I am looking for a VE size with an electric start if I can find one reasonable. have a great day.
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