You can get a generic speedo cable at any automotive store for less than $5. Here's how it works: Unscrew your cable from the drive on the wheel and remove the broken metal cable from the plastic sleeve. Get your new handy dandy el cheapo cable and cut it to length. Crimp the end piece onto the new cable. Feed the cable up through the sleeve with the crimped on part at the bottom in the wheel drive. Screw the plastic sleeve bottom back onto the drive. You are now done. I did the same thing and it is still going after 4k miles.
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