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GT carb linkage

Here is a picture of the linkage for a GT You can see that the verticle shaft has the connector that fits on to the carb ball - as in the big picture in the posting above. The other shaft connects the accelerator pedal across to the first shaft.

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Reworked GTJIM's picture to show how it connects together as seen from the passenger side:

 

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Great picture, The PO reconnected the links wrong. He had the middle section reversed. I will be listing the DFAV carb on ebay this weekend. If any one wants it let me know. It has a fresh rebuild and in great condition. I just want the proper carb for my dads GT.
 

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Great picture, The PO reconnected the links wrong. He had the middle section reversed. I will be listing the DFAV carb on ebay this weekend. If any one wants it let me know. It has a fresh rebuild and in great condition. I just want the proper carb for my dads GT.
. . . what is it they say about a picture's worth? . . . something on the order of at least 1000 words! :yup:
 

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Working from the carb to the pedal linkage.

Pics 1, 2 and 3 are right (passenger) side of engine, 4 and 5 are left (driver) side.
THANK YOU VERY MUCH for posting these photos! I knew that I installed my replacement clip incorrectly, but I couldn’t for the life of me figure out how it was supposed to be. 🤦‍♂️
 
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