Aftermarket Cables

Blair

Standard Bore
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Feb 21, 2020
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9
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Texas
Ride
2015 Harley Forty Eight, 2011 Triumph Roadster
Hey,

I'm interested in switching out the handlebars on my 2011 Roadster for something a little more fancy, but I'm trying to determine how much of a pain it would be to do. So far I have been unable to find any aftermarket source of longer cables, and was hoping someone might have some wisdom to impart. What options exist for longer Roadster cables?
 

sleeves

Nitrous
Joined
Dec 8, 2008
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1,106
Location
Backblocks, Waikato, New Zealand
Ride
05 R3 Std
Hey,

I'm interested in switching out the handlebars on my 2011 Roadster for something a little more fancy, but I'm trying to determine how much of a pain it would be to do. So far I have been unable to find any aftermarket source of longer cables, and was hoping someone might have some wisdom to impart. What options exist for longer Roadster cables?
Barnett is good quality. I used a local industrial cable maker for mine. Had to send him throttle cable for the small parts but clutch ge had everything. Hel brake lines and plenty of wiring extension soldering.
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