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10-16-2015 02:57 PM
mrjgc went to HD and got some cable and clamps
works good
thanks guys for your help
10-16-2015 11:51 AM
Shryp I used the soldering method on a car window regulator that had a cable brake and so far so good.

On a lawnmower I took a nut/bolt and drilled a hole through the bolt similar to how bike brakes are set up and did it that way.

PS: new metal cable is available at Home Depot for like 27 cents per foot. You just have to cut one end to get it out of the sheath. Beats paying $20 for a new cable if trying to be cheap.
10-16-2015 11:46 AM
dbert donyboy has a video showing his method of repairing the cable ends with a torch and solder.
10-16-2015 11:37 AM
YSHSfan Can you post a picture, it will make it easier to help with ideas.
10-16-2015 11:15 AM
mrjgc
clutch cable repair

the metal tip broke off the thin clutch cable on my murray
this is the cable that goes from the handle to the adjuster plate
anyone has any ideas for a fix
i don't own a welder
thanks,john

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