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Old 11-29-2011, 08:32 PM
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Question Throttle linkage for Carter AFB on a 390

I've got a '59 with an FE block and Carter AFB. I was using the factory FE linkage, but when I added a throttle return spring bracket and a 2" carb spacer it won't fit any more. Does anyone know of a linkage that will work with this setup? Something from Lokar maybe. I'd like to stick with the stock gas pedal.
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