Just an FYI. The fraying usually is caused by the "ball" at the end of the cable isn't free to roll in the clutch lever when it is pulled back - this causes the cable to bend back and forth until it begins to break.
Also, when I installed my clutch cable, I was able to "snake" it up through under the tank by unhooking the old cable at the engine, and "coupling" up the new cable top to the old cable lower - using two small cable ties. I then pulled up the old cable slowly upward and the new cable just "followed" the the old one up through. Took about 5 minutes!
Also, be SURE to lubricate the end that goes into the clutch lever & keep it lubed each year.
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Last edited by PiedmontBuckeye; 07-20-2019 at 07:37 PM.