Re: [DML] throttle cable replacement
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Re: [DML] throttle cable replacement



It's easy as long as you have a wrench to undo the bolt clamp at the 
spool, and to do the adjuster.

One tip though - CUT OFF the old one so it has a neat end, THEN pull it 
out. If you try and pull the frayed end through, you can get shards 
stuck in the cable and you'll never get the new one in

Martin

Farrar Hudkins wrote:

>I realise everyone on this list probably hates me now, but I need some
>help with my throttle cable. I frigged up the end and now I have to
>install a new one. I am out of town right now and need to know if this
>is simple or not, because I have no one to help me and I do not have
>my usual tools.
>
>Thanks,
>Farrar Hudkins
>#2613 - autocarb
>currently in Charlotte, NC
>  
>



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