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Cable protection covers
05/31/17 at 06:16:52
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Hello all, first time I've posted on this board so I hope my post isn't too far out of what's supposed to be here.  I'm wondering what I could use for extra protection for a clutch cable under the instrument housing and around the steering/frame area.  Would heat shrink work or is a rubber slip over better?  Thanks for any information. Cheers.
  

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Re: Cable protection covers
Reply #1 - 05/31/17 at 10:12:26
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Mine actually has a short length of black vinyl vacuum tube slid over it and held in place with a couple of dabs of silicone sealer. Don't know if it was necessary but it works.
  

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Re: Cable protection covers
Reply #2 - 06/01/17 at 10:11:24
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This Topic was moved here from Misc. Technical Discussion [move by] Justin B..
  

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