FWIW, a good fine file can sharpen up cable cutters. Use sparingly and know
what you're doing (look at some knife/axe sharpening videos).
Cable end caps, two methods I really like: silicone adhesive (Shoe Goo
being one), dip cable end into glue tube so cable has a glob of glue, slide
end cap on. It will stay put and is reusable. No muss, no fuss.
Yokozuna and a couple of other companies make screw on compression ends in
a variety of colors. Sure, they cost what 20 cable caps cost, but they are
reusable without shortening your cables. However, I have not used them but
am ordering some for shift and brake cables to try out. Use diff colors for
shift and brake make it easy to keep track of what is what.
On Wednesday, August 9, 2017 at 3:34:18 PM UTC-4, Tim O. (Portland, OR)
> Thanks, everyone. This is just the feedback I'm looking for. Now I'm
> getting excited to buy some tools!
> Portland, OR
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