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EMGO Cable Luber Tool for Lubing Motorcycle Throttle, Clutch and Brake Cables

Cable Luber Tool for Lubing Motorcycle Throttle, Clutch and Brake Cables
000508

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    This handy dandy cable lube tool makes lubing your crusty old motorcycle cables a breeze. Simple slide your cable up inside, tighten it down on your cable, and spray your cable lube of choice (with little straw) into the hole on the luber. It clamps down and seals around the end of the cable, and the only place the lube has to go is down inside the cable body.

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    • Free Shipping On US Orders $39.95 & up*
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    • Fitment Guaranteed
    • 90 Day Money Back Guarantee
    • No Restock Fees, Ever!
    • Free Expert Motorcycle Technical Support
    • We eat, sleep, live & love motorcycles!
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    SKU000508
    MakesUniversal
    FinishBlue
    MaterialAluminum
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