Braided Stainless Extended Cable/Line Install Kits for Harley-Davidson Street Glide By Burly Brand

Burlyapehangercable-kitsBRAIDEDLove the look of a set of apes on a Street Glide? Hate sorting out which cables and brake lines to use? Prefering the style and performance of braided stainless cables and lines?

I thought so, as do the folks at Burly Brand and luckily they’ve just released a collection of braided stainless kits specific to the 2008-2013 Harley Street Glide. Each kit is tailored to work with Burly Brand’s 13” or 15” Apehanger and is available for ABS as well as non ABS FLHX and FLHT/C/U models.

Kits include extended brake lines (including ABS lines) and extended clutch cable as well as all relevant wiring extensions for switches and throttle by wire, making installation much simpler. Expect very soon an announcement from Burly for cable/line kits for 2014 and newer models. Kits at your local dealer or visit Burly Brand 888-367-1871.

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13 Responses to “Braided Stainless Extended Cable/Line Install Kits for Harley-Davidson Street Glide By Burly Brand”


  1. 1 Mr Dick Apr 4th, 2014 at 11:14 am

    Am I the only guy with a batwing fairing who rides in cold weather, thankful that my hands are behind the fairing where they can’t freeze?

  2. 2 Bleeding Ears Apr 4th, 2014 at 4:52 pm

    Ape hanging is lame. Only nubies and Hog Club nerds do it.

    I like LOUD pipes!!!!!

  3. 3 Catamini Apr 4th, 2014 at 5:58 pm

    A friend installed a burly kit front of me. Well thought.

  4. 4 Pat Savage Apr 5th, 2014 at 6:17 am

    Excellent!

  5. 5 Doc Robinson Apr 5th, 2014 at 6:57 am

    Cool products that no only save money, but significant amounts of time, as anyone who has used these products can attest. Small shops see these kinds of kits as a godsend in more ways than one.

  6. 6 Zyon Apr 5th, 2014 at 8:52 am

    I am neither a newbie or a club member but I am a man with degenerative disc disease and degenerative bursitis and arthritis throughout my body. Apes helped to keep me on the road. Without them I could go about 50 miles before being forced to stop. Now I can ride around 200 miles before I need a stretch.

    I installed the Burly 16″ Gorilla bars on top of my 4.5″ pullback riser and I installed the cable kit (with black cables) and yes, it made the job a lot easier. I also felt the price was not out of line. if you bought all of this stuff separately, you’d only save a few dollars. The convenience was well worth any extra cost to me.

  7. 7 Terence Tory Apr 5th, 2014 at 8:53 am

    The kits seem competitively priced. After looking at all the items in a kit I would like to know how many hours Burly estimates to fit all the lines, extensions and a set of apehanger bars.

    It looks like five or six hours of a pro mechanics time,by my guess.

  8. 8 Bruce Reynard Apr 5th, 2014 at 9:00 am

    I would say 3 hours max.

  9. 9 Burly Brand Apr 5th, 2014 at 10:48 am

    As far as time goes, it depends largely on experience. A shop who’s done a few can pound it out in roughly three hours. The batwing faired bikes are slowed by virtue of having to remove fairing components to access the clamp.

    As far as value goes, our kits would be difficult to beat buying one cable at a time and a miscalculated size (it’s easy to do!) would likely push the equation further in favor of kits. We spend a huge amount of time designing these things in the hopes you won’t have to!

    Bleeding Ears, Hog club guys don’t like us anymore than they like you!

    ~Burly

  10. 10 Peter Ashley Apr 5th, 2014 at 12:24 pm

    Burly proposes just a few parts but does them right. Got apehangers on my Road King. Looking very good.

  11. 11 Brandon Apr 5th, 2014 at 12:27 pm

    Did a set a couple of years ago (not a kit). It took me 4 hours +. So, I guess that with a kit it can be done in 3 hours.

  12. 12 Steve Carr Apr 6th, 2014 at 7:49 pm

    Who cares about time, a person working on a bike they like is enjoyable and fulfilling. The longer it takes and the more involved the project is, the greater the satisfaction one gets when the project is complete.

    Steve Carr

  13. 13 STEELCHOPPIN Apr 17th, 2014 at 4:37 pm

    Terence Troy: We charge 3.5 Hours to install bars on a non-ABS model batwing fairing bike (internally wired) and 4.5 Hours on an ABS equipped model. I hope that helps.

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