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Honda Cb450 Black Bomber Clutch Cable New Cl450 on

US $14.99

Carson, California, US

Carson, California, US

Here is a new Honda CB450 Black Bomber Clutch Cable. Also fits the CL450 Scrambler. This cable does have the Grey housing so is correct on a restoration. The cable is 10 inches longer But will work as is or you can shorten the cable at any motorcycle shop. This cable does have the later fitting on the lower end of the cable along with the protective sleeve so you would remove it and reinstall the rubber sleeve and it will thread onto you case fitting with no problem. I own a Black Bomber and have done it. This cable is also for the 5 speed that would still use the grey cables thru 1969 or so. Sorry but the only other cable I have is the Speedo cable which is also 10 inches longer. E Mail me if you have any questions. Buyer pays for shipping. I accept PayPal.

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