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Old 06-21-2006, 09:29 PM   #1
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Problems Shifting Gears

I am having troubles shifting into gears, I can only shift in to one gear and that is it.

Any Ideas what that might be?
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Old 06-21-2006, 09:31 PM   #2
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Hmmm..gear box..I think
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Yeah go see Patrick!
You've been riden that puppy way to HARD!
I believe the fix was to have the transmission forks replaced, or something similar to that. Not sure though. Sounds like the bikes been ridden hard..
The case needs to be split and you might as well examine your main & countershaft gears in the tranny as well. , examine everything and change it out while your in there...if ya have the money.
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use your left foot, you will see a small lever on the lower left side of the bike, its connected to the transmission. stick your foot by it and kinda pick up the toes for upshifts and tap down with the toes for down shift.
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use your left foot, you will see a small lever on the lower left side of the bike, its connected to the transmission. stick your foot by it and kinda pick up the toes for upshifts and tap down with the toes for down shift.
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I've been wondering why I couldn't go over 25 in my 4 wheeler... I guess that lever is for shifting....
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