Are Harley clutch cables universal?
My partner Matt, that’s been building motorcycles for decades, said the clutch cable and brake lines are all standard.
How long does a Harley clutch cable last?
Tour riding a stock bike your clutch should last over 100,000 miles. Doing burn-outs with a 110″ engine will shorten that life quite a bit. Keep it adjusted and keep good, clean fluid in your primary. Your cable probably won’t last as long but if you keep it lubricated as well you’ll extend it’s life quite a bit.
Are all motorcycle clutch cables the same?
Yes you can… all the clutch cables have the same ends… they only vary in length… and you can get good used ones on ebay through Pinwall MC Salvage….
Why do Harleys have two throttle cables?
A push/pull throttle cable is an upgrade to the old standard single throttle cable linkage. The throttle grip works on the carburettors when twisting/throttling up and when releasing/throttling down. The second cable pulls the carb closed so it isn’t stuck wide open.
Are all Harley throttle cables the same?
Cables are available in three different brands: Zodiac, Barnett and Magnum Shielding. Throttle and idle cables lengths reflect the outer cable length including the throttle grip elbow. Do not mix different degree elbows for throttle and idle on the same motorcycle.
How long should a motorcycle clutch cable last?
That being said it should be replaced every 2 to 3 years to prevent being stuck on the side of the road with a snapped cable when all the dealers are closed and you can’t get a cable.
When should you replace clutch and throttle cable?
It is recommended that you change cables like your clutch and throttle cables every three years or every 10,000 miles.
What is the end of a clutch cable called?
The housing has a threaded length adjuster and end caps (called ferrules) at the ends. Each end of the wire has a soldered-on fitting, which is usually a barrel type on dirt bikes. Some applications utilize an aluminum elbow to hold the cable at a strict bend for routing purposes. (2) Housing.
Are throttle and idle cables the same?
They are not interchangeable. The difference isn’t just the spring, the part that presses into the housing on the handlebar is a different size too for each cable, they only go in one way, so you can’t replace a throttle with a idle or and idle with a throttle cable.
How do I know if my clutch cable is bad?
Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Clutch Cable
- Transmission slips out of gear. A bad clutch cable can sometimes cause a transmission to slip and pop out of gear.
- Hard clutch pedal. Another symptom of a problem with the clutch cable is a hard clutch pedal.
- Clutch pedal sinks to the floor.
Where can I buy a Harley Davidson clutch cable?
You can find the right length, right price range, and the right style in braided stainless or black vinyl. All the Harley-Davidson clutch cables we carry are made only by industry leading manufacturers like Barrett, Motion Pro, Magnum, J&P Cycles, and V-Twin Manufacturing.
What kind of cable do I need for my Harley?
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When do clutch cables go out of stock?
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What kind of cables do I need for a magnum motorcycle?
The only complete kits with matching braided cables and brake lines, Magnum gets it right when you’re ready to adjust your handlebars and add a new cable kit to your setup. Kits include throttle and idle cables or throttle-by-wire extensions,…