September?? Um, someone needs to wake up Nathan - he is turning into Rip
Van Winkle on us.
Re: the choke cables, I believe that they should be the same length. They
could have been trimmed some time in their lifetime though, so if you have
others, give them a try. They are a direct bolt in. The only difference
should be the shape of the cable retaining nut on the console and the knob.
Best of luck!
It got up to 77 today and they are predicting 0 percent chance of
percipitation this weekend.
>From: "Nathan Ruffcorn" <email@example.com>
>Reply-To: "Nathan Ruffcorn" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>To: "datsun roadsters" <email@example.com>
>Subject: Getting COLD-need choke!
>Date: Fri, 10 Nov 2000 18:38:02 -0600
>What happened to the September weather? High seventees last week, snow next
>All this has prompted (forced) me to get choke cables installed. The car
>always requires a little choke to cold start but I'm tired of popping the
>hood and with the colder weather, this method can be rather tiring. My
>dilema is that the original choke cables are too short? If you remember I
>have a 2L conversion in a 67 body. I plan on installing the choke assembly
>and cables from a 69 SRL. Any thought or suggestions before I pull the
>originals out? It looks pretty straight forward but things aren't always
>what they seem, especially with these cars.<g>