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  • TRIP CABLE BALL JOINT STUDS

    CAN ANYONE TELL ME IF YOU CAN PURCHASE THE 2 BALL JOINT STUDS SEPERATELY FOR THE TRIP CABLE (070-011-170). i KNOW THE BALL JOINT #S 070-011-172 & 070-011-173 BUT CANNOT SEEM TO FIND A # FOR THE STUDS ONLY.

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    Re: TRIP CABLE BALL JOINT STUDS

    not sure if you can get them seprately,but you can use the nipples from the table link assy ,with a bit of rigging!!

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      Re: TRIP CABLE BALL JOINT STUDS

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        Re: TRIP CABLE BALL JOINT STUDS

        a ball stud clip that the respot cell linkage hooks to will work just as good [img]/content/btubb/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/wink.gif[/img]
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          Re: TRIP CABLE BALL JOINT STUDS

          I believe the 070-006-493 carb ling for spotting lever is same thread. but as KLH said. jusr steal a clip off of the respot carbs

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            Re: TRIP CABLE BALL JOINT STUDS

            Part# 070011173 Ball Joint 9/16. In the Parts manual Pg. 33 Item 105.
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              Re: TRIP CABLE BALL JOINT STUDS

              Part# 070011173 Ball Joint 9/16. In the Parts manual Pg. 33 Item 105.
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                Re: TRIP CABLE BALL JOINT STUDS

                Soory misread.
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                  Re: TRIP CABLE BALL JOINT STUDS

                  The ball joint assemblies, both 7/16" and 9/16" include both the threaded female end (threaded 1/4-28) and the ball studs (threaded 10-32). The ball studs for the front end spotting hook link, as well as the carb link ball studs for respot cells, are 1/4-20. I you want the 10-32 ball studs only, for the distributor trip cable, they are listed in the 90-XL parts manual (not the catalog)and I believe the are available. I decided to replace the whole ball joint when overhauling distributors, but keeping a few good ball studs on hand is a good idea as they wear.

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