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Restored and modified quadrants

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With the change this was deleted resubmitting.
I was sent these two old quadrants with the request to add a third control arm if possible.
I added 2" in height to the throttle arm to fit the 3rd arm between the front arm and the throttle.
The front arm has a 1" O.D tube cut in half to off set the control arm to the cable connection arm.
I used 3/4" O.D tubing to fit between the 1" tubing and the throttle tubings 3/8".
New curved upper spacers to give some distance between all the arms
What do you think?


Rock and Joan

Baxter Quadrants Inc.
624 S.W. Langston Rd.
Renton, WA. 98057
(206)-303-7020
[email protected]
http://baxterquadrants.com

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