I have a question to ask to vintage scooterists.
I've been driving a 1981 Vespa P200E for the last 14 years and make about 3000 km per summer, in 6 months.
I drive mostly in the city.
For many years, I had to change the clutch cable 2 or 3 times a year.
It breaks at the clutch actuating arm.
I joined a picture but it's not my scooter. Mine is cleaner !
I looked today and it's breaking again.
I thought that the hole in the arm, where the cable goes through, was too sharp so I filed it a little bit. But the cable still breaks.
Is this something that happens to other scooterists ?
What should I do about it ?
Some people add an extra piece of outer cable between the pinch bolt and the arm. It might help.
Thanks for your help.