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    Re: Ok, I understand there are no dumb questions

    Mine have always had those same two marks. Since it was new. I just never paid any more attention to it.


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    Re: Ok, I understand there are no dumb questions

    Quote Originally Posted by RedLdr1 View Post
    I never noticed those cut outs when I had my NT. I'd tape over them to keep any water from seeping in to the throttle cables....nothing like rust in the middle of a cable!
    If I could, I would put some heatshrink with internal glue over it. More permanent than just tape.
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    Re: Ok, I understand there are no dumb questions

    If you look closely you will see that they are not cut-outs but "hot" crimps to hold the outer sheath in position onto the actual cable.
    The sheath is there to protect the cable where it goes through the Wire Guide at the top triple-clamp on the LHS.

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    Re: Ok, I understand there are no dumb questions

    Quote Originally Posted by dnktng View Post
    That was my first thought also but the cutout edges are at 90 with no rub marks. It's manufactured.
    I was installing a longer throttle cable on a BMW800GT and remembered this thread.
    The cable is a new BMW part and the indents on the sheath are located 6 - 8" from the throttle body end.
    Part of manufacturing process?



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