Re: [DML] Re: Rough running/Throttle Cable Replacement
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Re: [DML] Re: Rough running/Throttle Cable Replacement



Robert,

I have usually found that the throttle cable sheathing is in good shape and 
the metal cable is the only thing needing replacement.  Here's the trick I 
used.  I went to Lowes and bought the same size cable with about 6 inches 
extra and had a small ball welded onto the end of it.

Grease the new cable.  Just a good light film will do.

I removed the old cable and threaded the new cable through.

The whole process took about 5 minutes or so.

Super easy and then once you have the cable connected trim the excess and 
solder the end of it to prevent fraying.

Jeff in NC





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