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Old 05-18-2009, 02:19 AM   #1
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Gixxer Clutch Cable

i have 15000 mls on the same clutch and clutch cable and the clutch lever is real stiff. is it too late to grease or should i just buy a new one. if so, does anyone know where i can find a clutch cable online for an 04 gixxer 750?
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get a new one..and you can try our local shops... if not then try like www.ronayers.com
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Try greasing. It can't hurt.
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When was the last time you adjusted it? Might want to try doing that as well. Easy to do and takes about 5 minutes. Also, check the threads on the clutch lever side, make sure they are all still strongly intact.
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When was the last time you adjusted it? Might want to try doing that as well. Easy to do and takes about 5 minutes. Also, check the threads on the clutch lever side, make sure they are all still strongly intact.
I've had to adjust it over time. it's definately stretched.
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Old 05-18-2009, 10:47 PM   #6
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how do you grease the clutch cable? i have an 07 zx6r i imagine should be the same method?
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