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Discussion in 'eXmark' started by MacLawnCo, Oct 29, 2002.
My throttle cable is sticking rather badly on my 48" metro 14 kaw. How do i fix it?
You can either replace the cable or get one of those motorcycle cable lubers. I use the cable luber. Available where-ever fine motorcycles are sold.
Just disconnect the cable at the engine and attach the luber and squirt some WD-40 into the cable. Works like a champ!
I've never tried the luber but it's worth a shot. Generally when a cable gets tight it's either bent or it's rusted. Generally I recommend replacement but the cable luber might be worth a shot.
I usually just shoot some WD-40 down the cable. Or you can use Sea-Doo lube in a can if you have some lying around. It's like $7.00 a can. It has a thicker consistency than WD-40.
If I didn't own a SEA-DOO and have this stuff lying around, I'd use WD-40.
Thank you kindly.