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#723255 - May 03rd 2017 10:29 pm Lokar cable setup  
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Hello all, I have a OEM Thermoquad on my 84 B250. I bought the lokar 727 kickdown cable, Accelerator cable and cable bracket. My issue is , how do you attach it to the carb throttle lever? Is there an aftermarket bracket the sell, or do you have to fabricate one?How did you set your cables up? Thanks!

#723258 - May 04th 2017 12:00 am Re: Lokar cable setup [Re: Mike85b250]  
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You will need to fabricate or buy a bracket that puts the carb end of the kick down cable under the centerline of the throttle shaft so it is pulled forward as the throttle is opened. Or, if you have enough length, run the kick down cable from the front of the carb so it is pulled when the throttle is opened.


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