4300 Cable Clamp Stainless Steel
For use 43c or 43bc cables, which are typically used for forward/reverse and trimmable nozzles on jet boats.
Steel 33C Cable Clamp - (Top Only)
Designed to hold a 33C throttle cable. NOT stainless. Has yellowish coating.
Quick Release 33C Stainless Steel Cable Clamp Bracket
This is the most popular method of attaching a standard 33C throttle cable to
a throttle bracket. This clamp features a quick release lever allowing you
to detach the throttle assembly when performing tuning or maintenance.
33C Quick Release Ball Joint Assembly 10-32 Threads
This is a quick release style ball joint assembly This unit threads onto a 33C style cable while the threaded male stud is fastened to the carburetor by using a sure lock threaded sleeve for quick detachment.
1-1/16"Width x 1-1/16" Length
1/2" Thread Length
33C Throttle Cable Installation Kit
Heim End 1/4-28, 43C Cable Applications
These rod ends are constructed of high grade stainless steel to withstand theabusive marine environment Never use non-stainless rod ends - they corrode andfail when you least expect it.
33C Cable Heim End - 10-32 Thread
These stainless heim ends are used in severe duty and racing applications. This
heim end is designed to be threaded on the end of a 33C cable and bolt to the
mounting location on the carburetor.
Brass 33C Cable Attaching Pivot, 1/4" Shaft
This brass pivot is designed to thread onto your 33C throttle cable andprovides a secure attachment point to your carburetor. Uses a 3/32 cotter pin (Not Included see related parts) to hold in place.
Brass 43C Cable Attaching Pivot, 1/4" Shaft
This brass pivot is designed to thread onto your 43C jet boat shift control. Uses a 1/16" cotter pin. (Not Included)
This is the perfect way to seal that diverter control cable.
These beautiful polished billet aluminum cable seals use a 1/2" NPTmale thread toadapt them and a sure fit rubber compression seal for reliability.
The base on the part is 1 5/8" in diameter.
1/16" x 3/4" Cotter Pin - Stainless
Bend prongs outward to secure. Also known as split pins, they have one prong slightly longer than the other so they’re easy to open.
Type 316 and 18-8 stainless steel may be mildly magnetic. Type 316 pins are more corrosion resistant than 18-8 stainless steel pins.