Lokar XBAG-6074 55-57 Chevy Black Billet Alum Throttle Pedal Assembly
55-57 Bel Air, 55-57 One-Fifty Series, 55-57 Two-Ten Series, 55-57 Sedan Delivery, 1957 Del Ray
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The Lokar 1955-1957 Chevy billet aluminum throttle assembly is designed to convert original rod linkage to Lokar's modern throttle cable system. It is designed to mount in original firewall location with offset bezel washers to align cable through firewall. The arms are splined for fine adjustment and can be switched for right and left adjustment of the throttle pad. The throttle pad is spring-loaded like OEM design and measures 2" x 5".
- Converts original rod linkage to Lokar's modern throttle cable system
- Mounts in original firewall location
- Offset bezel washers align cable through firewall
- Splined arms for fine adjustment
- Arms can be mounted on right or left side of throttle pad
- Spring-loaded pad
- Pad measures 2" x 5"
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Q & A
In this episode, Project Chevelle takes a big step in its muscle car transformation. It's out with the little old 307 and to the dyno with our new 383 from BluePrint Engines!
Pat talks about some of our Lokar throttle cable and pedal setups.
Speedway Motors employee Pat O. is back to talk about a cool little nostalgic piece now available at Speedway Motors, our Fiberglass Tunnel Ram Shark Scoop.
Speedway Motors employee Pat O. is back with Dave's 1951 Chevy Truck project to talk about the 1947-1954 Chevy Truck EFI Fuel tank available from Speedway Motors.