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Clutch Cable Replacement - Goodbye 31 inch Calves

I finally found time today to replace me clutch cable and what a difference it made. It feels like its 10 times eassier and smooth as butter. Thanks to Wayne for a grat DIY book and tips from fellow Pelicans.

Before you think you may be having Tranny issues, consider just replacing your worn out cable with a new one from our host and feel the difference.

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Did mine about two months ago and I agree. I can't believe what a change it made. Thought it would be a pain in the rear but everything went well.
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Yeah, but that also means you removed the #1 anti-theft mechanism from your car

It does make a substantial difference, as does having the cable adjusted properly.
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Yeah, but that also means you removed the #1 anti-theft mechanism from your car

It does make a substantial difference, as does having the cable adjusted properly.
HA HA HA . . . Yeah, when the cable is friction handicaped it does take some super human skills to shift. A mere mortal not familiar with a 915 wouold just give up. Just need to now find another "trick" safety device
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Thumbs up On the list...

Got the stuff last year but now that I got a scissor lift along with converting my garage to a heated one, I'm out of excuses, so it will be one this winter projects along with a full brake job (got the stuff last month) and SSI's & 2 In/2 Out B&K muffler that I just order.

Will be a busy winter

Should keep me off the depression that I had last winter when Das Babe was store 40 Miles away... that was not fun at all

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