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Converting Motor from LHD to RHD

Hi Folks, I have a project car that I am building. The motor is set up for LHD and my "Jitney" will be RHD. My question is about the linkage for the fuel and the clutch pedal. How do I make it all function properly? I am not mechanic, but I do own a cutting torch and a hammer.

Anyone have any ideas? Thanks for the help!

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RE: Converting Motor from LHD to RHD

the linkages for the accelerator normally runs over the cam covers, if i had a pic i'd show you...

what would be good is relocating the starter motor, i'm sick of not having much foot room, and have always considered doing it, any ideas?

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