The TE610 clutch cable makes a sharp 60 degree turn into mounting bracket on the engine case. The sharp turn kinked the housing on my cable ultimately causing the cable to fray and break at about 4,000 miles. Barnett makes clutch cables and was willing to adapted a cable off of a metric cruiser for the Husky. The cable has a ridged 60 degree bend at the mount point (Barnett refers to this as a 120 degree bend). The rigid bend should keep the cable from breaking at the turn again. My bars are raised 2" over stock and the stock cable housing was OK on my bike. Since Barnett was making a custom cable I had them add an extra 1/4" to the cable core length to make installation a little easier. The added length gives 5 1/2" of free cable.