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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 11-13-2012, 10:40 AM Thread Starter
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Speedometer cable guide. CAN'T FIND!!

I'm looking for the little rubber guide on the right hand side of the front fender (at least it is on my 98 triple)
It's a rubber circle that the speedometer cable runs through and protects the fender from rubbing/scratching.

Any clues? I can't find one anywhere!

I can get "ghetto" and make something that will work if I need to.
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I had to replace the one on my 2000 a while back. I don't know the part number but my dealer had one readily available and now they are a hard plastic and not that flimsy rubber stuff.
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OEM part number is 2040036T0301

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