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Husqvarna Chute Deflctor Cable

New guy from Maine, just bought a 2005 10530 SBE w/ missing chute deflector cable. Husqvarna only shows a part # for the whole assembly and I just need the cable. There are cables available on line with various part numbers but I don't have a part# for just the cable. Wondering if someone here has replaced this cable on a 10530 and knows the part number.
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None-of my go-to suppliers for parts in general show that cable being available separately from the assembly.

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I take it it's the 90-110 dollar assembly you're trying to repair ?? Part #532428272


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The part number in the owners man. is 532 17 86-74 which is the deflector assembly. I just want the cable.
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The part number in the owners man. is 532 17 86-74 which is the deflector assembly. I just want the cable.
It's been updated / replaced. The new part number is 587030801.

https://www.husqvarna-parts-sales.co...ctor-532178674

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Link to the replacement part at one of my favorite parts suppliers:

https://www.ereplacementparts.com/co...-p-659908.html

They're not necessarily the cheapest supplier, but they ship quickly and I've never had a problem with them. They also stock a staggering number of parts for... well, pretty much everything.

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Thank you all for the replies. I do not need or want the entire assembly. I want to replace just the cable that runs from the deflector to the control lever
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thank you all for the replies. I do not need or want the entire assembly. I want to replace just the cable that runs from the deflector to the control lever
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maybe try a bicycle repair shop. They probably have cables and sheaths around that you can cut to size.

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