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PostPosted: Sat Aug 01, 2015 9:34 am 
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So I have a 79 Rm125 that was giving to me About a year ago now. I have finally found all the missing pieces and sorted out all of the hackery the previous owners did. In the process the throttle tube was missing and the cable was orginal and in bad shape . Carb was off and apart and missing pieces too . With the use of some microfiche I found the missing pieces to the carb the main part being the piece that the cable slides into that get screwed the top of the slide. which fortunately was still available oem . Bought that and a orginal Suzuki throttle cable and went on ebay and bought what I think is an orginal throttle tube. It was used but decent enough for the project. my problem now is that when all is attached and connected the throttle is almost wide open all the throttle cable adjusters are all the way in there is no free play. I guess what im looking for is maybe a picture of an original throttle tube assembly that's the only thing I can think of that could be off on this thing . If anyone has an other info or advise I would be truly greatful Thanks


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Is the cable routed properly?


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