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Replace clutch cable - 2005 Harley Davidson FLHRS - FLHRSI Road King Custom

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Hi anonymous, this not an easy procedure for the do it yourself type person, I would suggest taking it to your local dealer or reputable shop, call around for best price should be around $150. But if your willing to give it a try here is the short version: remove necessary parts of the exhaust system to gain acess to the transmission side cover, next back off jam nut and turn in threads of cable end, remove clutch lever and cable end, cut all try straps securing cable, remove tranny side cover, remove ball and ramp mechanism, remove clutch cable end. Your going to need snap ring pliers. Good luck

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