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Cheap Cruise Control DIY

Cheap Cruise Control DIY



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Published by: michael rose on Dec 13, 2008
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The TexLove Cruise Control
TB (stevetexlove)
 Written and Edited by Webslinger
This modification is dirt cheapand works perfectly. No need tolay out a huge wad of cash forsomething you use infrequently –but when you do use it –youwant it to workThe concept is easy –you justuse a piece of aluminum towedge in between the controlhousing and the throttle grip.Yepthat simple !Now if you’re the type of person that needs exact measurementsand a “perfect state of the art accessory”……go elsewhere!If you want a down and dirty “good”solution here goes !The only wrongway to do this…is the way that doesn’twork!....(LOL)…so experiment !...Make it work you own way ! It’sthe concept that’s importanthere………..
First I got some 45 degree angle shelfbrackets and cut one down with aDremelcut off wheelThen a hunk of strapaluminum from HomeDepot and cut it to theshape of a handleA bolt some washers –a lock nut and somerubber O-rings I had onhand
Use the mirror post tosecure itHandle goes betweenthe throttle housingand the throttle sleeveDepending on thethickness of the gap –you may need to addsome friction tape –orshave down thecontact point toaccomplish the jam

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