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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-27-2018, 09:47 AM Thread Starter
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Hello! In need of ape hanger help!

Hey everyone, I stumbled onto this forum researching things for my 92 Vulcan 750. I've found a lot of great info on here. This may have already been talked about, but I cannot find anything on it. I am putting 16'' apes on my Vulcan and for the life of me cannot find a cable kit for it. Could someone point me in the right direction please? The cheaper the better, I know some of these kits can get crazy expensive. Tanks guys!!
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I doubt there is a retail 'kit' for the cables, but as long as you know the lengths of each, you can have them custom made. or you might find one for another bike thats compatible at the right length.
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Genuine Barnett Cables

https://galferusa.com/products/lines

https://spieglerusa.com/brakes/brake...line-kits.html

Most motorcycle brake lines are fairly universal. Clutch cables can be more of an issue.
As far as finding them "cheap".... that's another issue
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Thanks for the advice guys! I am for sure hitting a wall with this. Lol.
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I first went to 12 inch on my bike and then went higher with 16 inch. I recommend Motion Pro for everything and even though it has been a while I am pretty sure they still have all of the measurements in their files.Good Luck!
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If I remember if you go 12" the clutch and throttle cables can be rerouted to work but you need a longer brake line. Now 16" you need longer everything. You might even have to splice in wires on the controls as well

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