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post #1 of 8 Old 04-22-2015, 06:30 AM Thread Starter
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honda hornet 600 yr99 handle bar change to fat bars

I recently change my stock handle bar to fat bar and now my problem is that the clutch cable is not that long is it still possible to pull it a little bit? Thanks!

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post #2 of 8 Old 04-22-2015, 07:18 AM
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You may be able to squeak a little more out of it, but be careful that I'd doesn't get pulled somewhere you don't want it to be or get a kink; you could have a bad time:-( otherwise, you could hop on a parts supplier website and look for a cable from some other bike that has the same ends and is a few inches longer.

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Thanks scrat I'll do that, just in case do you know any clutch cable from another bikes that would fit and is much longer?

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Well... If you head over to Denniskirk.com you can cruise through the cable selection... It lists housing length and overall length right there, and they have pretty good pictures of their stuff. That should give you an idea.

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Thanks again scrat highly appreciate your reply, big help.

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Pull the cable and put it in other way. Now its okay thank you very much. Will send pics once finish installing the speedo later.

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