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does anyone have any pics of how to route the choke cable and where to connect?

I know it sounds stupid, but never had one on my bike.

Thx Tom:blackstuff:
 

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It is best to take off the dummy gas tank, then you will see.

I tied a new tach cable to the old one and pulled it through. Not sure it would work for the choke.
 

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Knucklebucket wrote:
does anyone have any pics of how to route the choke cable and where to connect?

I know it sounds stupid, but never had one on my bike.

Thx Tom:blackstuff:
:waving:tom ---e mail sent with pics .
 

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I'm not sure of the difference with an 1100 and a 1200, but the 1200 was a PITA!
 

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1000 and 1100 were the same routing i do belive.
 

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ok, I read all the post on here and I guess I should join the forum for stupids.



I just got a GL1200 and I need to replace the CHOKE cable. Does anyone have any instructions? pics? help?



I would greatly apprecieate any assistance if you should have time..



Thanks..

David



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I just got a GL1200 and I need to replace the CHOKE cable. Does anyone have any instructions? pics? help?

This may be a dumb question but do you even need a choke on a bike living in Dallas TX?
 

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If she is tuned well, and you don't plan on riding @30 degree, then probably not. I have 2 sets of carbs I am going back and forth with, and I left my choke cable un-hooked this last time.. Don't need it at this time.
 
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