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  cutting the cable
  Posted by: Jaybabina on Feb-22-13 7:42 AM (EST)
 

-- Last Updated: Feb-22-13 7:44 AM EST --

If you remove the entire cable and work on a bench, you can cut the cable holding it in a vice and using a hacksaw. A Dremel tool with a small stone wheel is the best. That's how I would do it if you are working in the boat. The crimp ends can be bought a any good hardware store or the Depot. Look in the area where they sell cable or where they have those rows of flat draws with all the different fasteners. Your cable is stainless and if you need that go to a boating store. That kind of cable is used for sail boat rigging.


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