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Well My T2 yellow Submarine wasn't as water tight as I thought I made it. The rear diff locker cable snapped right in the first bend after the lever. I think I am going to have to boot all of the cables as well. That bend is a perfect place to store water, so beware. I am in a very rural area and resources are limited. Does anyone have a source for cable and ends or someone that may have a complete cable? Could use the help. Has there been any word on a new distributor for Joyner? I can be a little rough on things and will be needing parts here and there.

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Well My T2 yellow Submarine wasn't as water tight as I thought I made it. The rear diff locker cable snapped right in the first bend after the lever. I think I am going to have to boot all of the cables as well. That bend is a perfect place to store water, so beware. I am in a very rural area and resources are limited. Does anyone have a source for cable and ends or someone that may have a complete cable? Could use the help. Has there been any word on a new distributor for Joyner? I can be a little rough on things and will be needing parts here and there.

Thanks All

Firmskid

You should be able to find something on Ebay.

Lenny

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You should be able to find something on Ebay.

Lenny

No luck yet. Heard a rumor, Joyner will be back up in a few weeks. I hope this is true,,,

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Cables are something that can be made up pretty easy. Problem is finding the shop that does it.

rocmoc n Mexico/AZ

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Just remembered the name of the cables I used on my airplane, Teleflex cables, They could push as well as pull and worked well. I think they would be a good choice for the lockers. Take a look at google.

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