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I would like to raise my handlebars and usually that can be done quickly and easily on most motorcycles. Its just a matter of bolting in the risers.

Not the Grom!

Ive solved all the problems (front brake hose, throttle cables, electrical cables) but the clutch cable has me stumped. There just isnt enough slack in it.

Is there a solution to this? Does anyone make a longer cable for instance?

Thanks!
 

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Huh. On that moose thing I see a tiny cable extension. It has two little nubbins on each end of the cable. If I had a 2 inch cable with a female nubbin on one end and a male nubbin on the other that would work!

Does anyone make cables with nubbins?
 

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OR!

I could just slack all the cable with the adjusters at both ends! Then install the risers and adjust the slack!

Whoopppeee!!!!
 

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You got it!
 

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Huh. On that moose thing I see a tiny cable extension. It has two little nubbins on each end of the cable. If I had a 2 inch cable with a female nubbin on one end and a male nubbin on the other that would work!

Does anyone make cables with nubbins?
yes because its made to go in the metal box. the short one goes to ur lever and box then your stock cable goes to the box. tunnel vision i tell u! lol
 

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I did something similar to my Fatboy when I changed my stock handle with T-race chubby bars. I went down to the deal and told them what I needed and they got a clutch cable that was off a sporter that was the same length I needed.

recommend looking up Honda MC that have clutch cables and find out the cable length of the various honda model cables.
 
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