Holley Manual Choke Control Cable
- Fits Holley Carburetors
- 6-Foot Steel Wound Cable
- Control Knob W/Holley Logo
- Mount Bracket Sold Separately
Holley Manual Choke Control Cable.
If you're completing your vehicle's choke conversion, than don't forget to pick up this brand-new Holley Manual Choke Control Cable (45-228) while you're at it! Place your order with CJ Pony Parts now!
Choke Control Cable Features:
- Direct-fit for Holley manual choke carburetors
- 6-foot cable manufactured from wound steel with solid inner wire
- Features control knob with iconic Holley logo
- Easily installs with mounting bracket (sold separately)
Holley designed this all-new choke control cable to work with any manual choke carburetors, so it can be used as a direct-fit replacement or used when converting to a manual choke. The six-foot cable is manufactured with a wound steel outer wire and solid inner wire, so it'll be durable enough to withstand years of use and abuse. This choke cable easily installs with a new mounting bracket (which is sold separately) and features an easy-to-use black control knob. Stop what you're doing and place your order with CJ's now!
Please Note: This cable does not include a mounting bracket--Mounting Bracket (HW1692) must be purchased separately.
The Holley Motor Company became official in 1903 when Henry Ford persuaded the owners to enter the carburetor business and supply his growing automobile business with fuel system parts. As of today, Holley remains one of the four parts suppliers who still sell to Ford after all these years. With more than a century of experience and an assortment of products available from CJ Pony Parts, you know you're getting the best!
Be sure to purchase this premium-quality Holley 45-228 Manual Choke Control Cable today from CJ Pony Parts!
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This product will fit the following Bronco years:
This product will fit the following C10 years:
This product will fit the following F-100 years:
This product will fit the following Mustang years: