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how to lub enclosed cables? Answered

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steveastroukBest Answer (author)2010-11-13

IF you mean like the bordon cables on bikes, you can buy special oilers.

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orksecurity (author)steveastrouk2010-11-13

I presume something similar exists for automotive cables -- but I'd also bet that it's more common to just replace the cables, given relative costs of parts and labor.

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rabbit3 (author)2010-11-13

I thank all of the answers to my question. Ateveastrouk had the bdest answer for me. I know there are oilers for sale . I saw some where that showed how to make one. Thank again for all of the answers
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rickharris (author)2010-11-13

For bike type cables it may well be easier to replace the inner and lubricate with a light oil before you slide it inside the outer.

For electrical cables washing up liquid.

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blkhawk (author)2010-11-13

There is a lubricant gel used to help pull wires inside conduit.

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orksecurity (author)2010-11-13

Do you mean "lube", as in lubricate?

What kind of cable?

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