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Old 09-27-2011, 09:24 PM   #1
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How can I get the choke rod to stay permanently attached?

The choke rod on our carb won't stay in, and there is no grooves or holes in it to hold it in place with pins or anything. Right now I have it temporarily held in by using a piece of a plastic wall anchor that was just small enough to grasp the rod and keep it in place. Any thoughts? It's a Dodge 440 in a 1978 Tioga
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Go to an autoparts store and ask for a carb linkage keeper they will have several sizes so if you can take the linkage with you it will help you find the right size you could also try a carb. rebuild shop. Hope this helps
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