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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 07-02-2018, 11:32 PM Thread Starter
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82 GL1100 OEM Clutch Cable Purchase

Trying to find OEM Clutch Cable for my 1982 GL1100. Pulled cover back on handle this weekend Cable is starting to break. I replaced it years ago when I put a new clutch in. Last time I tried the tape old to new install but got stuck in process had to remove false tank cover. I'm open for suggestions on cable Purchase and Install.


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There is no way you are going to just pull it through. Might as well bear down and do it the right way. The cable 22870-MB9-670 is discontinued from Honda so unless you find a NOS part, like the one trike lady mentioned, you are going to have to go aftermarket.

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You don't need the "Honda" part, just buy a quality cable, the important thing is that you route it correctly, it only goes in one way.

Like Dave says, you won't be able to pull it through, but you'd be surprised how quick you get at pulling that seat and fake tank with practice and the top right engine mounting comes off real easy.

If your bike has a good fairing, You can even dispense with those pesky front horizontal fake tank bolts. Been riding mine for 4 years without them.
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For what it's worth and if I may be so bold? The current rebuild of the `80, `81, `82 & `83 GL1100STDASPENSTATE can be followed on classicgoldwings.com in a thread called "The plan is to turn 140,000 into 50,000."

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Thanks everybody for the Clutch cable advice. now I need to get a quality clutch cable.

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Thanks everybody for the Clutch cable advice. now I need to get a quality clutch cable.

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Motion Pro stuff is pretty good and easy to find.



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+1 there.

That's the way I've always gone for my cables.

Pretty sure they do a tachometer cable as well.

Which would not be a bad move at the same time, while you're at it.

For what it's worth and if I may be so bold? The current rebuild of the `80, `81, `82 & `83 GL1100STDASPENSTATE can be followed on classicgoldwings.com in a thread called "The plan is to turn 140,000 into 50,000."

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