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Stainless Braided +6" Throttle Cable Set for 2002-2007 Harley El

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Stainless Braided +6" Throttle Cable Set for 2002-2007 Harley El

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Product description

Your are buying a +6" extended length Stainless Braided Throttle Cable Set for 2002-2007 Harley Electra Glide FLHTI, Electra Glide Classic FLHTCI, and Ultra Classic FLHTC/I models with Cruise Control.

Made for us by Motion Pro, these cables features a stainless steel outer housing with a tempered-steel inner wire and an inner nylon sleeve for smooth operation and long life. The outer housing features a UV resistant clear Armor Coat coating over the stainless braid that keeps it looking good for a long time and protects your Harley from rub marks.

The ends of the cable have a high quality chrome finish to complete the look. The Throttle Cable and Idle Cable housing lengths are 45" long. Housing lengths do not include end fittings or elbows.

NOTE: You are RESPONSIBLE for being sure that this is the correct length of throttle and idle cable that you need before installing them. We will not pay for return or replacement shipping if you purchased wrong length of cables. We will not accept returns on these cables if they have been installed or returned to us in any condition other than brand new.

We sell Throttle Cable sets, throttle cables and brake lines in both Stainless and Black Vinyl finishes, in stock and extended lengths. We also have complete cable/brake line kits available as well as handlebar kits that include the bars, cables, brake lines and wire extensions in our store.

Stainless Braided +6" Throttle Cable Set for 2002-2007 Harley El

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