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Have had a problem with the pin holding the lever assembly on to the accelerator pedal

rod , it is a new type cotter pin easy to remove, it kept lifting. On inspection the holes on the

lever assy are not lined up through the middle of the round section ( part no. 106753 ), so the pin

will not go all the way through. Does anybody have a spare one. If not will it be possible to weld one 

hole up and redrill.

Any solution appreciated.



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It would be easy to weld up and redrill but obviously you would need to make sure that the angle of the arm is correct when you redrill.


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Roll pins are available in larger sizes. Knock out the old pin (it may have broken) drill out a size larger and fit a larger roll pin

In emergency you can always push a bit of a drill, but it needs to be stronger than a nail

Don't ask me how I know


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Have solved it similar to what you suggested Michael but got away with just drilling the pedal shaft

a shade bigger. As the roll pin is held by the lever holes that did not affect the tightness too much

and the extra movement allowed the pin to go through .

Thanks for the suggestions


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