Originally Posted by Turbodiesel
Its a pain in the arse to change!!, as you have to remove the tiller arm, throttle cables and tiller stop switch. Then you can take off the rubber grip, slide the inner tube out from the tiller arm until you can get the friction device out. Put the new one in and do it all in reverse, but make sure you get the throttle position lined up correctly when you push the inner tube back in. Great fun!!!
Thanks! I thought that would be the case, but I was hoping someone will tell me otherwise...
Yeah, I admit I over-tightened the clamp, but learned my lesson and will rtfm next time proper (ordered 2 just in case)