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    Extension for drop nozzle cable

    I have a have a drop nozzle lever on my ski. I am putting on the 06 pump setup on my ski and when I put the nozzle, I am going to need to extend the cable 2 inches longer. Anybody have any clue on how to go about this?
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    Call me ... non related
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    well what the fuck man, hahahaha, help a brutha out, answer ya damn phone fool.
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    You probably allready got one but I made mine from Hex Stainless Steel I ordered a 3' section from McMaster which was the shortest piece I could order and they made a mistake and sent me (9) 3' pieces so if anybody would like some stainless hex let me know it is 5/16"

    I can make these for both the nozzle and the steering shaft the threads are 5mm for the nozzle and 6mm for the steering if I remember right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by osidebill View Post
    You probably allready got one but I made mine from Hex Stainless Steel I ordered a 3' section from McMaster which was the shortest piece I could order and they made a mistake and sent me (9) 3' pieces so if anybody would like some stainless hex let me know it is 5/16"

    I can make these for both the nozzle and the steering shaft the threads are 5mm for the nozzle and 6mm for the steering if I remember right.
    That's the best i have seen yet. Very nice.

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    Thanks Abbott
    My goal was to be able to lock the adjustment nut without using pliers I prefer wrenches.

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    I was thinking of doing the same thing, but instead just pulled the cable out of the 06 hull. I would have had to do the same for the steering. I use to have an extension like that, but I put it on a buddies ski and never got it back. Mine was out of plastic, yours looks to be a lot better though, good job.
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