Clutch Cable

UnSupervised

Getting there...
Location
Cedar Rapids, IA
Proactively, I replaced the clutch cable at 35k miles. The replacement lasted 3200 miles. Easily replaced with the OEM took kit. Highly recommended that you carry one with you.
Does that mean that the replacement failed after 3200 miles? If so that must of been depressing. I hope that didn't strand you. The more I read, the more I'm thinking a motorcycle shop manual wouldn't be a bad purchase when picking up a bike.
 

Morgan60

Well travelled
Location
NW USA
When ever I go for a trip I always carry full spare set of cables. In the old days when RE was imported to the US privately the bike came new with a spare set of cables and a tube. But then their was only the Bullet with 19” wheels front and back.
 

petespace1

Well travelled
Location
Syd Aus
In the old days when RE was imported to the US privately the bike came new with a spare set of cables and a tube. But then their was only the Bullet with 19” wheels front and back.
Exactly the same in Australia, 1 throttle cable, 1 clutch cable, 1 tube, and in addition to small tool kit, also a small first aid kit, and user manual.
Oh it also came with a printed full workshop manual.
 
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