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replacing cam trigger wires 7-Jun-2015 At 6:57:04 PM mikllaw
On 7/06/2015 TimP wrote:
>Great cam repair. I like to see things cleverly fixed at home. I use a
>windproof lighter to melt nylon cord ends, got one with a little filament
>in it that radiates heat so melts without the mess a candle makes.

I only have low tech,it was that or a gas axe. I have a cam I repaired in 2006 that is still going strong, probably gets used 10 times a year.

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