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I went to jump start my 122 with a low battery and my jumper pac was dead.
Then my throttle cable broke on my 104. I am so tired of having stuck cables. I went and ordered .045" copper coated MIG welding wire and installed it in the cable housing. I now have a cable that won't rust up solid. It feels awesome to have a free cable now. I'm going to change over my choke cables too by soldering then with a low temp silver solder too in the handle part. I do lube my cables often too. BB
I'm technically misunderstood at times i guess its been this way my whole life so why should it change now.
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