Lokar TC-1000HT36 Details
Stainless Steel Braided Housing Throttle Cable Kits
All Lokar Hi-Tech Throttle Cables are available in either stainless steel braided housing, black stainless steel braided housing or black housing. They are designed with a specially extruded liner for extended life of the cable - not to be confused with ordinary braided brake hose. Cables are equipped with aluminum fittings and aluminum ferrules to eliminate fraying. ''U-Cut-to-Fit'' outer housing is available in 24'' or 36'' lengths with a ''U-Cut-to-Fit'' stainless inner wire. Clevis is designed without cotter pins or set screws. Adapts to factory and aftermarket pedals. Cables mount nicely with Lokar's array of Brackets and Return Springs (sold separately). Kits complete with installation instructions.
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