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Throttle Rod Grommet

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farmerhr

02-22-2021 23:09:06




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We are updating our NAA by replacing worn parts, fixing marginal situations, removing dents,painting etc. While looking over the parts available on this site, they list a Throttle Rod Grommet part # 353873S. We donot think we had one our tractor that we noticed while tearing it down. We could not find it in the parts manual or other service publications.
Where does it go and what does it do ?
Thank you in advance for your usual wonderful help.
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farmerhr

02-23-2021 18:56:14




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 Re: Throttle Rod Grommet in reply to farmerhr, 02-22-2021 23:09:06  
Thank you very much for your help. It was of great help to us. We will look our repair manuals real good and see how we missed this item. This would be a good time to put one in since we have painted the throttle rod instrument panel etc and it is all a part
You folks are the greatest !



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Jim L WA

02-23-2021 10:13:33




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 Re: Throttle Rod Grommet in reply to farmerhr, 02-22-2021 23:09:06  
To add to what the others said, when you see a "s" at the end of a part number, that means it's standard hardware etc.



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bc

02-23-2021 07:36:40




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 Re: Throttle Rod Grommet in reply to farmerhr, 02-22-2021 23:09:06  
Ditto the hint. Just got a pack for my gauges I installed. Put in a grommet for the hot wire I ran to the voltage gauge and to power the instrument lights.



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Texasmark1

02-23-2021 05:26:27




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 Re: Throttle Rod Grommet in reply to farmerhr, 02-22-2021 23:09:06  
Tom, on your usage idea I agree. HF has packets of little "necessary" things, one of which is an assortment of rubber grommets. Wink!



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showcrop

02-23-2021 04:40:00




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 Re: Throttle Rod Grommet in reply to farmerhr, 02-22-2021 23:09:06  
Due to weathering they are rarely seen on unrestored or un-refurbished tractors.



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Michford

02-23-2021 04:05:25




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 Re: Throttle Rod Grommet in reply to farmerhr, 02-22-2021 23:09:06  
Throttle rod grommet keeps rod centered in hole in the dash and stops any rattle. Pictured in the parts manual as below.



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TomIn

02-23-2021 03:36:33




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 Re: Throttle Rod Grommet in reply to farmerhr, 02-22-2021 23:09:06  
My tractor is 100 miles away and I haven't looked at it recently. I vaguely recall that there was a grommet where the hand throttle passed thru a hole in the metal "dash". I suppose the purpose would be to keep the throttle rod from rattling, and to reduce any wear from it rubbing against the sharp edge of the metal dash.



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