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Old 03-18-2014, 07:16 PM
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Thanks JMV
I went to the honda shop and there was a shop in Oregon and Texas that had the part in stock (how lucky am i!) and ordered it (only $2.97) and overnighted it here. Next challenge is making it fit!
I also get my new cable tomorrow so ill do that as well.
I know you probably hate doing research for other people but just in case the current clutch cable isnt routed properly is there a place i can find the correct path for it? Im going to try the current path and hope its original
Thanks all for the help so far!
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I built one out of a short piece of angle aluminum using a hack saw, file, black marker, and drill. Used a small piece of cardboard to make template for holes. I'd like to upload pictures but I cant seem to figure it out

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How do I upload pictures. Just trying to share knowledge
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Old 02-25-2019, 07:46 AM
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I built one out of a short piece of angle aluminum using a hack saw, file, black marker, and drill. Used a small piece of cardboard to make template for holes. I'd like to upload pictures but I cant seem to figure it out

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How do I upload pictures. Just trying to share knowledge
I think you need at least 5 posts before you can post images.
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Old 03-28-2019, 08:37 AM
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Always liked motorbikes! Throughout my life, I tried various sports, but this is definitely mine! And Honda - this is a cool bike!

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Old 04-14-2020, 06:49 AM
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I'm not positive but I think you have too much slop in the cable. If the free play is set correctly, it should be enough free play but still "snug" in the notch.
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