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Throttle cable How to hook up at carb

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SOURCE: Trying to hook up a new throttle cable

There are many different linkage configurations. Go onto Briggs and stratton.com and enter your exact nodel number and type number and it will give you a picture of the options

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SOURCE: Wear does the throttle cable hook to carb

It depends on what bike you have ,please elaborate.

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SOURCE: 1990 vulcan 750 throttle

Un hook. Ar

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