Re: Clutch cable is snapped, What do?
I use a fwe drops of superglue on the cable before I cut it with sharp kliens. Soaks right in and sticks em together.
After cutting the sheath, I unflatten the hole with a pick
I run the cable thru a little grease in my hand as I re-insert the cable.
Greased or oiled cables are much easier to use and it extends their life.
Been my experience that most cables eventualy get corrosion if they aren't lubed.