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"discontinued" Harley-davidson Diamondback Clutch Cable For Fxdb And Fxdwg on

US $40.00

Frederick, Maryland, US

Frederick, Maryland, US
Returns Accepted:ReturnsNotAccepted Part Brand:HARLEY-DAVIDSON Manufacturer Part Number:3871-06A Surface Finish:BRAIDED Warranty:No


HD PART # 38771-06A

Brand New never installed!!!!!!!!!!

Fits '06-later FXDB and FXDWG models.

Diamondback™ Clutch Cable Kit
Designed to complement chrome hand controls, premium Diamondback™ cables feature a micro-fine wire braiding and a tight weave pattern that sets your custom ride apart from all the others. The brilliant silver finish blends perfectly with mirror-chrome handlebars and controls, and feature highly polished chrome fittings for an 'all-in-one' look. The crystal clear anti-yellowing Teflon® outer jacket provides superior scuff protection and easy maintenance. Clutch cable kits feature anti-friction inserts and factory pre-lubrication to ensure smooth, long lasting cable operation. The internal cable seal eliminates the possibility of transmission fluid leaks, and the exclusive silicone boot attractively and effectively protects the cable adjuster components from moisture. Kit includes clutch cable, adjuster boot, and any necessary installation hardware.
Overall length of cable is 68.69"



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