What should the proper choke cable clamp look like!?

mrtask

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#1
Has anybody got a helpful photo or two of what the right bits and bobs are to fix the end of the choke cable to the cam on my HIF6s? I've got a suspicion my car has some sort of cobble-fabbled old piece of bicycle. Maybe it is just knackered. A pic or two of an unmolested 3500 would be very helpful.
 
#2
Has anybody got a helpful photo or two of what the right bits and bobs are to fix the end of the choke cable to the cam on my HIF6s? I've got a suspicion my car has some sort of cobble-fabbled old piece of bicycle. Maybe it is just knackered. A pic or two of an unmolested 3500 would be very helpful.
Hi,

I’m pretty sure my choke set up is original. Please correct me if I’m wrong.

Hope these help.

Paul.

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mrtask

Well-Known Member
#3
Hello Paul. Many thanks. Reckon you've got the right parts there. Now I know for sure my car does have something different, which is doing the job, but is really fiddly, as the one bolt head is smaller, and the other is rounded right off!
For a moment there I was concerned that you were taking your car apart and taking photos for me at four in the morning. I see you're just about as far away from me as it is possible to be without leaving the planet! Have a good day, sir!
 
#4
A pleasure sir!
You guys have bailed me out enough times over the past couple of years!
Considering how cold it is here at the moment it might as well have been 4am.

Just to note, the head of the threaded bolt that compresses and ‘locks’ the choke cable is slightly smaller than the part with the hole that the choke passes through.

Paul.
 
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