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What is the purpose of the ferrule?
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I can't find a clear answer online. Thanks!
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#2
Your cable bosses have a slit to make assembly faster and easier. the ferrule makes up for the slit. it helps keep the cable in line, some have a seal to help keep dirt out. It also helps keep the outer casing from being gouged by the slit during repeated compression
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Thank you, painkiller!
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(01-07-2012, 05:18 AM)custom1 Wrote:  I can't find a clear answer online. Thanks!

there are two on each cable housing. each of which keep the inner housing from being pulled into the device
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