I'm embarrassed to ask this question, but since Orleans isn't singing, I figured I'd ask some humans. I needed to replace the throttle cables on her, and bought replacements from Ron Ayers. The online fiche just has a diagram and listing for "cables," and says "this one's an opening one; this one's a closing one." ALAS - Clymer's and every other manual I've read describes throttle cables and "push" and "pull." I'm assuming the only difference in them is the length of the cable? Anyway, I've installed them - assuming the push closed, the pull opened - and I've got no spring-back in the throttle. My hands are freezing, so I thought I'd shoot a post to the group before I go do anything rash, but are my assumptions about push/close, pull/open correct? And if so, can someone give me a suggestion as to what I'm doing wrong? I'm pretty sure I've got the slack out of the cables, although seeing back to the push cable is hard (flashlight battery is cold and dying...it needs a break, too).