And this picture shows the left carb with its choke cable connected. The interesting tidbit about the cable connections was the final trimming. A pair of diagonal cutters was totally worthless. I went back to my recently-nominated-as-favorite tool—the dremel, this time armed with the cutting disk. The resulting shower of sparks told me that I had been attempting to cut steel wires. The Book offers the option of heat shrinking or soldering the ends to prevent fraying. My 30 W soldering pencil wasn’t up to the task of heating, so I have a 70 W gun in the garage and will try it again later.