2 feet stainless chain with 2 9 foot stainless cables. All stainless clamps and thimbles to complete installation.
****Not in original packing.****
Controls & Steering for Sale
- Ongaro standard control arm - 316 cast ss - no knob -50010(US $60.93)
- Yamaha water inlet cover 689-45215-01(US $10.00)
- Bow thruster compact new for small motorboat sailing boat up to 8 meter(US $649.00)
- American shifter micro plunger limit switch sbc automotive ktm rat rod modified(US $17.50)
- Omc tru course steering cable 14 ft + no longer available tested smooth turning(US $95.00)
- Teleflex rack steering cable(US $65.00)
Ford boss Alan Mulally on how he saved FordMon, 27 Sep 2010
Ford president and CEO Alan Mulally today told British business leaders how he saved Ford from the worst recession for a generation. He also outlined how the Ford range will shrink from 97 models sold globally to just 20. Mulally gave the keynote speech to the Confederation of British Industry in London, where business bigwigs heard how Ford became the only Detroit car maker not to collapse into bankruptcy.
Suzuki Celerio revealed in India – Euro-spec Celerio heading for GenevaFri, 07 Feb 2014
The new Suzuki Celerio (pictured_ revealed in India The Suzuki Celerio has been launched at the Auto expo in New Delhi this week as a new A-Segment offering from Suzuki, but the Celerio isn’t just for emerging markets and will arrive in Eur-spec at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show next month. The Celerio offers more space than bothy the Alto and Splash – Suzuki’s current offerings in the A-Segment – and is expected to cost much the same as the Alto when it arrives in the UK in early 2015. Which means the new Celerio is probably the replacement for both the Splash and Alto, and Suzuki are trumpeting it a ‘pocket-friendly’ car.
Ferrari F70 (new Enzo) to get 920bhpSat, 18 Feb 2012
The new Enzo Ferrari - the Ferrari F70 - will get 920bhp It’s reported that the replacement for the Enzo Ferrari – the Ferrari F70 – will get a V12 with KERS delivering 920bhp. Georg Kacher is a man many of us grew up reading in CAR Magazine, a man who made the monthly cost of the mag a bargain all on his own (well, with LJK). So when Georg Kacher tells us that the new Ferrari F70 will have a V12 with 800bhp and a KERS package with an electric motor adding a further 120bhp, we believe him.