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DI Throttle linkage

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07-01-2013 18:36:04

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Would someone be able to post a couple of pictures of a DI's throttle linkage for me? The throttle rods on my 1948 DI came all bent and twisted and I'd like to get them straightened and mounted correctly. I'm good from the carb around the front of the engine to where the first rod ends near the back of the engine area, but from there back I could use some help.

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07-01-2013 18:51:41

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 Re: DI Throttle linkage in reply to Fry, 07-01-2013 18:36:04  
The owners manual should show the throttle linkage clear enough to get it right. Easier than trying to explain.

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07-01-2013 19:55:22

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 Re: DI Throttle linkage in reply to casecollectorsc, 07-01-2013 18:51:41  
I appreciate the input. I have a parts book which does help with "what attaches to what", but I"m more looking for where the rods bend and where they mount (which holes they go through) which is why any closeup pictures would be helpful.

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