Is there a trick to installing throttle cables?
First the basics. 1970 Triumph Bonneville. While putting on new handlebars and new throttle cables, I've found that this can be a little tricky. It's like I need 3 hands. Is there a simple trick to do this? Should I start with the throttle itself, route the cables, and finally attaching to carbs? Or is it better to start at the carbs, route the cables, and then struggle trying to get them into the throttle (grip). Either way it seems like a bit of a pain in the ass. Just was wondering if anyone had any neat tricks. By the way, new handlebars and throttle cable are all right out of the parts book and ordered through British Only for my year and make. I'm confident it's all the right stuff...just looking for some helpful wisdom of the experts.