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Hi there just aquired the bike it has been locked away for 3 yrs on inspection at home find that ,i can't lift the seat as the nippkle has been broken off the seat cable ,any idea how to get the s

Cnt lift the seat the cable has been broken and it appears seized

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Re[air cable,and oil cable .

Posted on Jan 24, 2013

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    gillandmickh Jan 24, 2013

    many thanks but i think you missed the bit that said the seat is stuck down and the cable therfore is not reachable to replace

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