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Throttle Quadrant Part 3 - final

scottly

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Ok, here's the finished result.....the 8-ball started life as a keychain, and the red mixture knob was detailed in part 1 of my posting.


The front quad will be similar, except it will not have a tension knob. The jog in the bottom of the levers will allow me to run them outside of the fuse members, between the fabric and the fuse tubes. Hopefully I can keep the actuator rodsaway from the passengers so they can't grab onto them.....Just in case, I have some straight levers at the ready.


I shined the cover so darn much you can see the reflection of my hand holding the camera.




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