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Throttle assembly I took the throttle assembly apart in the handle of a Poulan 2500 saw and now I can not figure out how the throttle cable is installed in the handle. It is not a simple straight installation but has a loop in it in the handle and I can not figure out just how. I wished I had paid more attention when I took it apart. anybody know. A picture of the assembly would be a big help.

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Try www.jackssmallengines.com parts look up poulan 2500 they have exploded views of all parts this may help you will probably have to search arond abit
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