I always solder the end of the cable and never use end caps. Stainless
cable and galvanized cable require different fluxes and solder. I use the
Park cutter on both cable and housing and grind the housing flat on the
grinder (I used a file for years until I got the grinder).
On Wednesday, August 9, 2017 at 9:17:57 AM UTC-7, Ian A wrote:
> Have you considered gluing the cable end caps in place? It can work well.
> I just crimp, normally with really blunt wire cutters, because I haven't
> yet found a glue that stays fluid in the bottle when left unused. But, with
> the right technique, one can glue the end caps in place and be able to pull
> them off at a later date, the advantage being the cable is not crushed and
> can be rethreaded into housing.
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