Sniper Midnight Series 36″ Throttle Cable FJ40 Land Cruiser
This is the throttle cable you want to use for your Holley Sniper 2F upgrade. The cable is adjustable for precise throttle control and fitment, made with a stainless inner wire, and glides in a PTFE inner liner for a smooth throttle feel and “self-lubrication” / “no-bind” cable operation. The exterior is designed with a specially extruded liner for extended cable life – not to be confused with ordinary braided brake hose. The Sniper Midnight Series 36″ Throttle Cable is equipped with aluminum fittings and aluminum ferrules to eliminate fraying. Clevis is designed without cotter pins or set screws. Kits are complete with installation instructions. These cables are proudly made in the USA by Lokar Performance Products. Two versions: This is the black / Midnight Series and the Hot Rod Silver Braid Version.
Red Line Land Cruisers is dedicated to helping you install your Holley Sniper EFI systems on your classic Land Cruiser properly with the best accessories possible. See our RL1020 CABLE STOP ANCHOR BARREL – Red Line Land Cruisers 2F/F Sniper to use in conjunction with your Sniper Midnight Series 36″ Throttle Cable and our selection of Throttle Cable Brackets for Holley Sniper EFI adaptations to our Land Cruisers.
You will need the RL1020 CABLE STOP ANCHOR BARREL ONLY IF you have a gas pedal from a 1968 to 9/1973 Land Cruiser. It all comes down to what year your gas pedal is, no matter if it’s a 1F or 2F engine. If your gas pedal is from a 1968 to 9/1973 Land Cruiser, this Cable Stop Anchor Barrel is needed.
THE LOKAR STORY
1988, the year it all began – to date – a 32-year affair with manufacturing American-made hotrod parts. However, the company’s heart started well before that, when Skip Walls, a young teenager in the early ’60s, was driving his first 1932 Ford 5-Window. Skip worked on, raced, and accumulated many cars until he met Debbie in 1980. Not long after, Skip went into business for himself and started Lokar as a machinery repair business (a trade he learned working with his father). The name Lokar, easily associable to his desire to lower every vehicle as low as he could, was an idea given to him by Debbie.
While in business servicing and repairing machinery, Skip would continue to work on his hotrods, buying parts and modifying each one to his liking. Skip often became frustrated, not being able to find products that were of high enough quality. Debbie recognized his desire to make these better quality products. In 1988, she helped Skip transition from a machinery service company to a manufacturer of quality products, Lokar Street Rod Parts. Eventually, the company became known as Lokar Performance Products to represent better the breadth of products offered.
The 30-year journey started with a garage attached to their house in Southern California and has since led to a 52,000 sq. ft. facility in Knoxville, Tennessee. The company grew with staple products for Lokar, such as the Spring Return Kit, designed by Skip to better mount the cables, and a double spring for safety… something he is very passionate about. Later followed brackets for Kickdowns, then U-Cut-to-Fit Throttle Cables, and later Transmission and Engine Dipsticks.
It was in 1988 that a trip to the NSRA Street Rod Nationals in Louisville, KY, found Skip and Debbie in a pickup truck with a camper shell, driving across the country. They would drive through the day and build throttle cable assemblies at night in the hotel room, just trying to make sure “everything” was ready for the big show that would change everything for Lokar and the lives of Skip, Debbie, and their family. It was after the show, taking their time driving home, when they realized that they wanted to move to the southeast.
By 1989, Debbie had left her job as a legal secretary and committed herself full-time to Lokar. That same year, while visiting East Tennessee, Skip and Debbie determined that Knoxville, Tennessee was their future home. The company wasn’t ready to move until late 1992 when the Walls family and Lokar had finally relocated. Going from just 1900 sq. ft. in Walnut, CA, to a 6000 sq. ft. facility in Tennessee didn’t last long, as expansion happened three years later as the company grew. After two more expansions, the facility was nearly 20,000 sq. ft. in 2000. The company began to reach outside the industry of hotrods, producing products for performance aftermarket vehicles, muscle cars, and drag racing. With growth never waning, Lokar completed building their 52,000 sq. ft. facility in 2014 and moved the overly compacted facility down the road, yet still in Knoxville, Tennessee.
Lokar will continue to provide quality products made in the U.S.A., backed with a Lifetime Warranty and unmatched customer service. lokar.com