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    Need a clutch cable

    Anyone have a good or new clutch cable for XB , X,XT,SS,STT lightning. I broke the primary where the clutch release is and when I went to install the new one the clutch cable end that goes in the primary snapped off the threads flush in the covers

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    # 38726-09
    Correct cable for all "long framed" XB models
    Still in excess of 25 in dealer system. Reasonably priced.

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    Thanks I was looking for a part number and can only find my service manual at the house, I must’ve taken it to the shop. Any idea if I could use a sportster cable so I can get it in town today?

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    XL-XR clutch cable has round eyelet style lever end. All XB's have round barrel style lever end w/bushing covering same.

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    hen searching for this cable via dealerships, below part numbers will work and still active in system. Difference in part numbers related to minor length change....O-ring....primary cover threaded post length. Make sense?

    38726-06 38726-06A 38726-06B
    Last edited by Barrett; 06-30-2022 at 12:46 PM.

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    yes clear as mud , and I don't have any sporty ramps but I do have a Blast one I have used sporty clutch cables on them,

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    st paul had it in stock is being second day delivered shipped on Tuesday Thanks again, and Iwill try and put the Blast/Sportster ones side by with the XB if I get time and see if is interchangeable. If so then clutch cables would be nearly in inexhaustible supply .

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    What were the results?

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    I forgot to check while I had it apart I will pull the clutch cover and look at it this weekend.



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