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Old 21 July 2012, 11:38   #1
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Quicksilver Throttle assembly

I recently bought a new part for my throttle assembly on a quicksilver cable throttle. That being said, I opened up the assembly and took note of where everything went so I would be able to get it back together. However, a small roller piece (about 3/8" rounded) fell out, and I cant figure out were it goes back in. Any hints/suggestions would be much appreciated. Thanks!
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Old 21 July 2012, 13:55   #2
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Gonna need a pic....
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Old 21 July 2012, 14:32   #3
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Gonna need a pic....
nottt nesesarily soe mi sun

thers too rowlers. wan solid, wan ollow

de sollid wan fitts inn a groov onn de larj throttul/geer sircular an butts upp agenst de ingeer startt inhibbiter swich

de ollow wan slydes onnto de metel stubb protrudin fromm de smorler geer/throttul sircular an fitts innto de groov ov de larjer geer/throttul sircular

wen fittin orl dis bollix bakk togevver i fynd itt elps ifn yor pist.
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very good willfish but if he wants a picture if he scrolls down he will see mercury/mariner parts put on by turbodiesel he might find a picture there.
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nottt nesesarily soe mi sun

thers too rowlers. wan solid, wan ollow

de sollid wan fitts inn a groov onn de larj throttul/geer sircular an butts upp agenst de ingeer startt inhibbiter swich

de ollow wan slydes onnto de metel stubb protrudin fromm de smorler geer/throttul sircular an fitts innto de groov ov de larjer geer/throttul sircular

wen fittin orl dis bollix bakk togevver i fynd itt elps ifn yor pist.
try using google translate on this
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Old 22 July 2012, 11:43   #6
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Here are some pictures of the throttle assembly and the part that i cannot figure out where to place. Any suggestions help! Thanks!
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yeah not sure if i deciphered all that quite right...
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yeah not sure if i deciphered all that quite right...
iym nott sirprised. yew yannks av nevver lernt propper inglish.

enywaiy yor bitt livvs unnder wher de arrer iz poyntin an downt fkin looze itt dis tyme
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iym nott sirprised. yew yannks av nevver lernt propper inglish.

enywaiy yor bitt livvs unnder wher de arrer iz poyntin an downt fkin looze itt dis tyme
next... Where does the loose washer in the centre right live...
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