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We use this way to maintain our clutch cable.
No one broken it again . And almost over 10k miles life.
Each 5k miles do it again.

Use our final gear oil to here



 
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A little white lithium grease in the same spot seems to help too...although your method allows you to leave the cable attached.:bigthumbsup:
 

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A little white lithium grease in the same spot seems to help too...although your method allows you to leave the cable attached.:bigthumbsup:
That's what I use, too. I have a Barnett and best I can tell is that you are NOT suppossed to lube the insides of them :dontknow:. I'm not sure about the stocker.
 

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I'd guess the Barnett's come pre-lubed.
They have a nylon or teflon covering over the cable, and the inside of the cable housing has the same covering. So it's nylon on nylon or teflon. They don't recommend lubing them with regular cable lube as it may seep out and discolor the braided outer covering. I think they do sell some sort of dry lube for them though.
 
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