mrsoup Posted October 8, 2007 Share Posted October 8, 2007 I need to shorten my choke cable on the 2000 RT, has anyone here tried this? I have used up all the adjustment and it will not pull on completely for cold start up. I replaced all the throttle cables within the past 5,000 mile and don't really want to take it all apart again for the choke cable replacement. It looks like I should be able to cut off the ferule at the choke lever, drill a hole through it and solder in the cable after I shorten it. Is there a reason that this will not work? What is the best solder to use for this application? I can forsee the possibility of solder not wanting to hold to the 'greasy' cable end, your thoughts? Link to comment
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