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Lokar KD-2700HT60 GM 700-R4 Trans Hi-Tech Kickdown Cable Kit, 60 Inch
Lokar KD-2700HT60 GM 700-R4 Trans Hi-Tech Kickdown Cable Kit, 60 Inch

Lokar KD-2700HT60 GM 700-R4 Trans Hi-Tech Kickdown Cable Kit, 60 Inch

700R4, 60"" Cable length

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Lokar KD-2700HT60 GM 700-R4 Trans Hi-Tech Kickdown Cable Kit, 60 Inch
Lokar KD-2700HT60 GM 700-R4 Trans Hi-Tech Kickdown Cable Kit, 60 Inch
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MFG. Part #:
KD-2700HT60
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Cable length:
60""
GTIN Code:
847087006903

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Lokar's u-cut-to-fit braided stainless kickdown cable is designed with a specially extruded liner for extended life of the cable, not to be confused with ordinary brake hose. Kickdown features aluminum fittings with ferrule to eliminate frayed cable ends. Kickdowns are adaptable for all types of manifolds including tunnel ram, blower manifolds and Weber induction systems. Mount our kickdown with our stainless steel carburetor bracket and return springs (sold separately). All units are available in black housing upon special request. Complete instructions included in kit.
  • U-Cut-To-Fit Braided Stainless Kickdown Cable
  • Specially Extruded Liner For Extended Cable Life
  • Aluminum Ferrule To Eliminate Fraying
  • Complete Instruction Kit Included
  • Made In The U.S.A.
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