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outlaw05
24th April 2005, 22:30
anyone have any idea on how to change the clutch cable. putting on a longer cable due to the handlebars...

thanks...

pquirk
24th April 2005, 22:55
Watch out, here comes Cantolina....... :laugh :laugh :laugh (seriously Dude, it's simple, if you RTFM)

Grizzly
24th April 2005, 23:53
Man it is easy. Take it apart at the adjustment bolt, remove the clutch lever, and wala.

outlaw05
25th April 2005, 00:02
do i take loose the bolt on the cable that runs into the bottom of the primary?

midnitewolf
25th April 2005, 01:34
do i take loose the bolt on the cable that runs into the bottom of the primary?

just like pquirk said , it's easy but you need a manual because you'll
need to adjust the clutch and clutch cable and also your throtle
cables if your changing bars .

diablo75
2nd July 2008, 22:08
I'm needing to do the same thing on my bike. I posted another thread about this but no one's replied yet.

So the cable splits in half at the adjustment bolt? No need to remove it from where it goes in by the foot peg?

Also, I've lost some oil while trying to figure out how to do this myself. How do I put some back in and check it to make sure it's go the right amount?

buckhorns
2nd July 2008, 22:13
As `PQUIRK` suggested, get the manual, you need it.

Mr Jimi
2nd July 2008, 22:24
Ahem, did anyone look at how old this thread is? ( 2005 ) and the OP hasn't been on since April of 2005?
Yes, I agree, an answer would be nice. Now lets have one from ya :banana
and you still need a manual....

radeschultz
2nd July 2010, 23:43
I'm tring to figure out how to get the end of the cable to releasse from the cluch end... 08 nightster

thx