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Throttle linkage ball stud retaining clip needed

melsg5

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do you have a picture of the old one?
it doesnt use a cotter pin to hold the cable to the ball stud?
 

melsg5

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look at the piece at the end of this throttle cable
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Rochester63

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It looks the same, but is hard to see detail in the pic. Don't know the dimensions either. Thought someone might have one from a parts car.
 

melsg5

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i have never seen that as an individual part, only as part of the throttle cable. Find one for sale on the internet and ask the seller if it appears removal and what the size is.
 
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