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  1. Another EWS warning :(

    Quote Originally Posted by Santa-2512 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by eachtraíochta na hÉireann View Post
    I came across the article alright, the root cause was evident when you could start it by manoeuvring the position of the front of the bike to a certain position.

    How old was your bike?

    Tight tensile loaded wires over time (creep), over tightened cable ties, chaffing, excessive movements could all cause breaks. Polymeric degradation could also occur over time depending on the conditions the bike has been through, I'd expect if the polymer degraded exposing the metal

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