If they actually have it, it will work. According to them, they make it internally, so that may be viable. Other than that, you can occasionally get one from a junk yard. The finial is threaded onto the end of the top section. I clamp the top section in a smooth vice, and use a small wrench to remove the finial. There is a nylon plug in the bottom of the mast tube that you must remove to get the mast sections out. I pry the nylon mast holder out of the motor unit with a screw driver. Putting it back is a bit of a chore, unless you drill/grind out the rivets that hold the motor case together. 10/24-10/32 screws and nuts will hold it together. I use a piece of a threaded nylon spacer for a nut in the center of the gear/drum.
Their cables work for about 6-12 months before they break. I have taken the bottom end, and the last section, and after burning the nylon out of them, used JB Weld to hold a 37 inch by 1/8 inch steel cable in both ends. Follow the curve of the cable with the bottom end. I am currently using one in my 92 OCC. It has been there for about 2 months, and works fine. While you have it apart, making a new steel cable is a good preventive maintenance move.