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2006 honda CRF450R will not go into neut

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I split the case and replaced the main shaft bearing and put back together made sure the trans moved free, did not take trans out at all , put back in bike and now the it will not go into neut , what the @#$%

took clucth back out and now it will go into neut, help!!

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you got me,, cold oil is thick... yes the basket has notching , lifter is in right, with roller bearing and washer, there is a steel plate that is not flat ... and BTW what is the deal with the washer

on top of the outter basket I hread it has to go in a spec way/

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you got me,, cold oil is thick... yes the basket has notching , lifter is in right, with roller bearing and washer, there is a steel plate that is not flat ... and BTW what is the deal with the washer

on top of the outter basket I hread it has to go in a spec way/

Yes that washer does go in with the rounded side facing out/ flat side sitting on the bearing.

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What do you think about the non flat steel plate?

If it disengages cleanly when hot, I'd ignore it. If it doesn't, you will be putting stress on shift forks and gear engagement cogs.

If your like me, I don't use the clutch much to upshift or down shift anymore. Cause I"m not under acceleration that much anymore. Too old.

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Me I am 51 ''' OK got home from work checked washer it on right bottom facing out flat sitting on bearing ''. And I ck the basket again and its nothed pretty good

Don't know what to do now , don't want to pull the motor again''''. And idea other then basket file

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Sorry ,,,file down basket...

I'm saying that you have clutch issues, one of them is your basket.

Disengagement is better with smooth clutch basket tangs and no warped discs.

It should go into neutral better, but I wouldn't count on it. Race clutches just plain drag.

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