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I have a 2012 KX250F that up till now shifted pretty easily. Recently it seems shifting has become more difficult, like it's stiffer and I really have to pull up on the shifter to change gears. I tried making the clutch cable tighter show it pulled in more on the clutch but that really didn't seem to correct the problem. I always though clutch problems were more slippage related. Could this also be a clutch problem? :banghead:

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I have a 2012 KX250F that up till now shifted pretty easily. Recently it seems shifting has become more difficult, like it's stiffer and I really have to pull up on the shifter to change gears. I tried making the clutch cable tighter show it pulled in more on the clutch but that really didn't seem to correct the problem. I always though clutch problems were more slippage related. Could this also be a clutch problem? :banghead:

 

last time you changed you oil?

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Have you changed the brand of oil ?

 

How often you change the oil ?

 

I find if my clutch is not adjusted correctly it will change a bit harder if riding slow and using the clutch, faster riding it changes the same with or without the clutch   

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I have a 2012 KX250F that up till now shifted pretty easily. Recently it seems shifting has become more difficult, like it's stiffer and I really have to pull up on the shifter to change gears. I tried making the clutch cable tighter show it pulled in more on the clutch but that really didn't seem to correct the problem. I always though clutch problems were more slippage related. Could this also be a clutch problem? :banghead:

clutch cables are never changed enough. They are cheap and take 2 minutes to change. But shifting could be more serious. Could have broken fibers that have gotten wedge in your tranny. Pull your clutch cover and inspect your fiber plates

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