Alright, who's got some tips

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  1. trez157

    trez157 You can't trust freedom when it's not in your hand

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    Me and g0dl355 are gonna change out the clutch cable on my zx6d. also, gonna change out the entire clutch handle assembly and the brake lever. Any tips other than no kinks or sharp turns on the cable routing? Thanks guys
     
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    XR250rdr OT Supporter

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    Just follow the routing of the old one and you're golden.
     
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    trez157 You can't trust freedom when it's not in your hand

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    trez157 You can't trust freedom when it's not in your hand

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    Without having to buy the book, where can I find how the cable is supposed to be routed? I think whoever changed it before did it in a fucked up way, because when I followed it, the cable seems too long, just like the original. Should I just fuck with it and try to get it in as straight as possible?
     
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    Avoid more bends than necesary and also try to avoid things that won't do the cable any favors...like the header pipes.
     
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    Very true


    Bends are not cool
     

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