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Lube the cable with something like Vasoline. Should do the trick. Don't use a heavy grease.


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Hi,

I have had lots of old cars and bikes, this happens quite a lot.  Just don't look, if the Vaseline doesn't fix it!  But, I agree in principle, very light lube needed, I would go for something even lighter, take out the cable inner, clean off well with WD40, and leave it without any additional grease.  It is probably stick / slip in the cable.

 

Nic


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