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Posted 02 October 2005 - 12:47 PM
Recently purchased an "84" GL that curently doesn't run. Wanting to set
up hand controls as I'm a left AKA. Figure I can use my right leg on the clutch
and put hand controls on the gas and brake. Any one out there have knowledge
of setting up hand controls?
Posted 02 October 2005 - 01:32 PM
Didnt look too hard, im sure you can setup something similar. I would use your left leg for brake and clutch, and just setup a throttle control for your hands. Braking a car might be hard trying to use your arms.
Posted 02 October 2005 - 02:10 PM
have to be hand control or right leg action. I thought about motorcycle throtle
and brake setup on the shifter. I could always use the right leg for heavy braking as long as I didn't need to use the clutch at the same time and the hand conrol for minor breaking needs. I do plan on taking it off road. Thats one of the
reasons I purchased it. I have two Legacy AWD wagons but they have single
range transmissions and are very low to the ground.
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