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Old 05-15-2012, 09:55 PM
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Gas Pedal Linkage

'59 F100. Straight Six:

Does anyone have a detailed diagram for the throttle linkage from inside the firewall to the carb? There are a few details in the linkage that are a bit fuzzy to me and I could use some help in reassembling it.

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Old 05-15-2012, 10:40 PM
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Hummv33 First welcome to the Orphanage!
I have a ford parts manual that shows the linkage you are looking for. Unfortunately I'm not savvy enough to post it here!
I purchased it from ebay for 20.00 bucks or so.
Chack this out, if you plan on keeping this truck and working on it this will quickly pay for it self. 1959 Ford Truck Shop / Service / Repair Manual on CD F100 F200 F350 | eBay
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I just now googled "ford truck 223 carb linkage", and clicked on "images", and came up with quite a few pics you might find usefull. It was also easy to get side-tracked in there as well as some cool stuff came up.
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Great, thanks for the replies.

Teddy, I actually already have that CD manual, but I don't think the pictures are detailed enough. I'll take a stab at google images though.
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