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How to? What do I take apart first, second, third, etc. I have the clutch lever off, and have removed the battery, and it looks like I need to remove the battery holder, what next? Can you e-mail the pages of the service manual or?? Thanks, Mike

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  • sheetz72 Jul 13, 2009

    I am replacing the clutch cable on 1999 Victory v92c and could use some instruction, I have the clutch lever off and have started to remove the battery holder, what next? Thanks, Mike

  • sheetz72 Jul 13, 2009

    Your answer makes no sense, Victory parts? I have the new cable from Victory, just need the sequence of getting it completely off the bike and the new re-installed. Thanks

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Sheetz, the procedure spans several pages. Go get yourself a service manual for the bike and refer to it as you go along. A service manual is essential equipment for anyone doing their own work on a vehicle. Call your local dealer to obtain one.

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    Dick Jul 13, 2009

    Sending you pages from the service manual would be copyright infringement, please don't suggest anything illegal.

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    yadayada Jul 13, 2009

    typo, sorry, meant to say u need to see a parts fisch

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Hi there,

Download your manual from the below links -

http://motorcycles.yakaz.com/victory-v92c-motorcycle-repair-manual

http://www.repairmanual.com/motorcycles/2000/54/0/7763

Good Luck!!

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