Question about 2006 Yamaha V Star Silverado
Your clutch lever is held on by a simple nut and shoulder bolt. To take the lever off you first have to loosen the nut on the underside of the lever perch. Once the nut is taken off you just need to use the appropriate screw driver or spanner to remove the shoulder bolt from the top. Now loosen up the cable adjuster and pull the lever out of the slot spinning it backwards. Be careful not to lose the bushing in the lever. It is replaceable in case the lever gets sloppy in the perch. you should now be able to slide the ball end of the cable out of the lever slot.
Posted on Sep 10, 2010
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