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jjveselmj
Posted 2019-11-02 7:26 PM (#7023)
Subject: Throttle pedal bell crank


Location: Nashwauk, MN
(107.77.87.66)
Any body know where I can buy a throttle pedal
bell crank to replace the original zinc bellcrank.
Also what's best way to get it out. I can't see where
Any floor sheet metal can be removed and underneath is next to impossible to get at w/o removing front
Exterior panel. Any ideas appreciated.
Thnx, John Vesel
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B. Sitton
Posted 2019-11-03 8:39 AM (#7024 - in reply to #7023)
Subject: Re: Throttle pedal bell crank


Location: Ignacio Colorado
(71.211.0.173)
I made a few out of steel plate a couple years ago. I’ll check old see it I still have one. I made more of the parts to build more but haven’t assembled those yet. Either way I can come up with one.
Bill
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B. Sitton
Posted 2019-11-03 8:41 AM (#7025 - in reply to #7023)
Subject: Re: Throttle pedal bell crank


Location: Ignacio Colorado
(71.211.0.173)
Oh you remove the box surrounding the steering column base to get to it. Others may have another way, anyone?
Bill
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jjveselmj
Posted 2019-11-03 10:22 AM (#7026 - in reply to #7023)
Subject: Re: Throttle pedal bell crank


Location: Nashwauk, MN
(107.77.87.62)
Thanks for being there for us Bill. I've been communicating with Lou Cruse yesterday and he mentioned you and thought you made the bell cranks. If you have one, let me know at 952/380-7152 and we can make arrangements for shipping. I'll be heading south in a couple weeks (not driving the FMC) so probly ship to Tucson. Not in any hurry as its freezing weather in MN now and I have the FMC covered and put away till spring. But I'd sure like to have one ready. Thanks, Bill talk to you soon. John Vesel J0684
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andy1canada
Posted 2019-11-03 11:16 AM (#7027 - in reply to #7023)
Subject: Re: Throttle pedal bell crank


Location: Victoria, BC. Canada
(108.172.101.233)
"Thanks for being there for us Bill."

Yep, that's our Prez'!

I was sayin' the same thing a few yrs back when #846 decided to suddenly quit on a real bad corner up here on the Sunshine Coast. I managed only to get about half of her width off the one lane hwy as there was hardly any shoulder. I was freaking out as traffic was blazing past at over 50.

After not being able to figure out what was wrong, I managed to get a small tow-truck with a rope (yes, a rope) to pull me around the corner to get me coasting down a long hill to a pull-out. Spent the night there, then with all hope lost, decided to give Billy a call the next morning for some advice. In minutes, he helped me diagnose a simple ignition problem then offered up a jump-wire fix to get me going.

Thanks again - Prez'!

Terry
#846

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LCAC_Man
Posted 2019-11-04 12:14 PM (#7029 - in reply to #7027)
Subject: Re: Throttle pedal bell crank


Location: Oceanside, CA
(70.183.106.155)
I would start with a universal pedal set up like this: https://www.speedwaymotors.com/Speedway-Cast-Aluminum-Accelerator-Th...
and then measure/order a custom cable to fit..
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dkarnath
Posted 2019-11-04 12:29 PM (#7030 - in reply to #7029)
Subject: Re: Throttle pedal bell crank


Location: Medford, OR
(204.10.247.1)
Wrong thread Len...But that is a good priced pedal assembly.
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