pa. phila - I went to tighten adjustment on clutch cable and broke the threads on the larger part of the assembly- do I need a new cable or just the part with the broken threads?Its an 02 flht-thanks if you can help me here!
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Posted by ricinfl on
9/12/2007 2:22 PM
The parts are not sold seperately but even if they were the inner cable is all one peice and there is no way replace the adjuster. The only option it to replace the cable
regarding, "02 flht"
Posted by MeatandCheese on
9/5/2007 10:17 PM
I think you've got to buy the whole cable. I've never heard of buying just half the cable, and if it's broken on one end, I'd be suspicious of the other end too. JMHO....if you're worried about the tranny end of the cable, it's not too hard to install, just get a good pair of snap-clip (retainer ring) pliers and be careful not to loose yer bearings.
uh put this in bike help
Posted by Mark_Goff on
8/31/2007 4:49 PM