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Cables in California makes many kinds of cables . The problem with the F in my experience is the cable fatigues and snaps at the T handle joint , which T then comes off in your hand. It is wire as you say . I fixed one by getting rid of crimp part at that joint by cutting and grinding , and getting old broken end out , then drilled in deeper with very small drill and tinned the (old) pull wire and soldered it in about 1/2 "
Since then have used California cable stranded pull wire and matching lined housing ( looks the same outside) for this kind of thing , but not specifically for an F hood . Not sure solder would take to stranded but might lock it in anyway due to rough texture . Putting it back like it was , is probably ok , too . Usually enough rope at hood end to do this repair with some repositioning .
Hope this info helps . Be sure screw at hood end very tight .
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