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I have a 75 915 behind the 3.6 with PMOs in my 74. There are many different combinations of linkage attachment points and adjustments you can make to fine tune the throttle throw. I would try that first rather than sink more money.

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I just pulled it off. Absolutely no inner bushing, not even remnants. The outside one looks pretty shabby
Now that I have it off, I put an angle finder on it, and it looks like 88 as far as angle goes. And it's 45/55 from center of tube to center of ball socket.
It looks like the short arm
Is bent too.
I wonder how that happened, I'll straighten it.

I think I already put new bushings in the front one, I'll check.

I think I'll be in good shape with bushings, at least better.
The PMO bell crank has lots if room for new holes if needed.

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