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So I noticed the other day that the rubber tubing for my clutch cable has been worn threw. I went to one of the local stores in my area to get a steel braided cable but apparently they could find one available for a 2010. So I'm hoping one of you on here has found one and could help me out with a website to get one
 

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So I noticed the other day that the rubber tubing for my clutch cable has been worn threw. I went to one of the local stores in my area to get a steel braided cable but apparently they could find one available for a 2010. So I'm hoping one of you on here has found one and could help me out with a website to get one
You're looking for a 2010 one? They're all the same from 2008-2010.

2010 Kawasaki NINJA ZX-10R (ZX1000FAF) Cables | Ron Ayers

Part number is:
54011-0080

$24.72
 

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I've found the OEM ones, I would prefer to get a steel braided so the rubbing won't wear through it like the old one did
 

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I've found the OEM ones, I would prefer to get a steel braided so the rubbing won't wear through it like the old one did

Steel braided? Like Harley guys run? I have no idea where you'd find that for a ZX-10.

Why don't you fix the rubbing issue? It shouldn't be rubbing on anything that will cause the sheath to rub down like that. And if you can find a steel one, it's likely to wear into whatever it's rubbing against instead of the cable.
 

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It's rubbing on that corner on the right side of the picture. I'm not sure it maybe trying to sand it down will help. But it catches that corner when I turn the handle bars to the left
 

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It's rubbing on that corner on the right side of the picture. I'm not sure it maybe trying to sand it down will help. But it catches that corner when I turn the handle bars to the left

Yeah. That problem has been discussed many times before. Take a Zip tie and strap it to the upper part of the loop to keep it elevated and off the Frame there.
 
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