I have one of the International "A" tractors with the square axle and what is left of the foot throttle. Does anyone know how this was set up? I have used the old tractor for parts and is completely disassembled but was curious how this foot throttle worked. Thanks in advance!
Re: Foot throttle in reply to Lewis, 12-30-2001 19:46:30
Yes, rod from foot pedal assy passes up along battery box, etc to an assy fastened to the steering support. This assy is coupled to the regular hand throttle by a very short rod. I have two of these in working order, that's the best I can describe it. Curt
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