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Old 12-31-2008, 06:19 AM   #1
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Hi guys i recently serviced my car and took the throttle servo linkage apart with the engine.

when i put the parts together it seems my throttle linkage seems to hit the centre diff plate

just getting consensus / advice.

1.do u guys put the linkage on top of the servo horn or below?

2. if on top , at what position is the bevel on the carburetor set at? ( as mine is set at about 1 o'clock) with the throttle linkage set above the horn.


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I have my carb at about 4 oclock and mounted under the servo arm out side hole with the slider on the inside
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thanks baron, i am sure u are right and mine was just like yours until i serviced and i think pushed the engine just a bit too forward.

i set my meshing just right. so now unfortunately will have to set my carb at 2 pm and the linkage on the top.

do u use a quick engine mount?
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no stock mount. my truck is 100% stock they only thing I plan on changing is the 5mm hubs
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