While trailering my bike to a camping site for a few days....(I needed the truck to haul all the gear for setting up my photography project) the bike slipped over while going through some rough areas of washboard road and came to rest on the low railing of the trailer. I broke the choke lever mounted on the handlebar (at least the second one I've trashed). Not to be dismayed and I don't really need the choke anyway I just tied off the cable and kept going. However, after returning home and doing maintenance I discovered that where the choke cable enters the carb that the black plastic housing is completely broken. The cable still functions normally when the choke is applied from the handlebars. How does this plastic piece hookup to the carb? Obviously I will have to order not only the lever for the handlebars, but the cable as well. Will the carb have to be removed for this procedure? Anybody out there done this one? I have no idea how long the thing has been broken or how it could have been damaged up and in that area unless I did it when I removed the carb last year and didn't notice it. I don't even remember removing it. I suppose when the cable gets here and I dive into it all it will come back to me..... :?