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I have a Motion Pro one just like the one in the picture, and use it regularly on just about any machine with cables.
A good quality cable lube is also important, as you want to ensure you "push" the moisture out.
 

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Youtube has some great show and tell on their use.

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Six cables on the Yammy, just gave them a treat.
 

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I would have put it in the same arena as a squeegee sharpener.


Thanks - keep it in mind.
 

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Used mine this weekend on my Honda lawn mower. I know of no other way to lube a cased cable. Genius!
 

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Six cables on the Yammy, just gave them a treat.
Colby,
While on the topic of cables... I have a YS928J (like yours I think)... Lately, when I try to adjust the pitch of the chute, it seems the mechanism is slow to respond. I'm thinking the chute cable needs to be tightened. Where/how do I tighten the chute cable? Under the control console, or where the cable meets the chute? Is it simply a matter of tightening that nut just below the plastic casing?
 

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I my case I ordered a new cable because it is damaged. You adjust under the console.
 
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