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I need help infertility please!!! Is this in right and is this supposed to be like this!

 

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Looks right to me. See if you can shift in the gears. 

It just sounds then sometimes locks it's the forks R bottom L middle & C top which go wheere

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3 hours ago, arnego2 said:

It is very hard to turn the shafts as one side is off. 

One side is off? 

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7 hours ago, Ayeecole said:

One side is off? 

If one case half is off it can be a bit difficult shifting through the gears. It will feel like it wants to hang up a little. Just count as you shift, you will have to spin/wobble the shafts a bit once in a while. As long as you can shift the correct number of times, you're golden. Looks good from the pic though....

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If one case half is off it can be a bit difficult shifting through the gears. It will feel like it wants to hang up a little. Just count as you shift, you will have to spin/wobble the shafts a bit once in a while. As long as you can shift the correct number of times, you're golden. Looks good from the pic though....
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Is there such thing as tightening case too much? Once it close up and I was tightening it more it was a lil click I heard & then when I was tightening the shifter on the shaft I heard a pop as in something popped off 🤷🏽‍♂️ but I can text you a video of my trying to shift it it only makes 2 clicks ( shifts) while spinning shaft I'm a just put ask fluids in the bike and start it

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When im shifting doown it's fairly hard and it's tension like I've bent something Bending metal feel

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do you have a workshop manual????  if not what year and capacity yz might be able to find a diagram and or an explanation of what fork goes where ie. r, l, c just don't force it or you will brake something.

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Everybody has their own way of doing things but if this bike were mine I would replace the shift forks, the locating pins and the drum and the shift stopper as a routine maintenance thing at this point. The motor is already apart and the cost is not overwhelming and face it, it's an old bike.

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don't force any engine components together if it doesn't feel right. if some thing is misaligned it will usually cause some resistance if forced it can cause damage.

I found these pix don't know if theyl help il keep looking. thought they might explain the shift fork location. I got them from here.

https://www.southbayriders.com/forums/threads/144040/

for the nominal cost its best to get a workshop manual to suit your year and model would explain a lot and save some headaches.

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Only goes together one way.  Make sure bearings are seated could be bound up. They never shift good apart like that 

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11 minutes ago, Motox367 said:

Only goes together one way.  Make sure bearings are seated could be bound up. They never shift good apart like that 

Yep yep! My fingers are fast but not that fast 

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split it.. spined shaft, it goes in gear then I shift up it goes in neutral only goes in two gears basically

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On 9/19/2017 at 0:59 AM, Ayeecole said:

split it.. spined shaft, it goes in gear then I shift up it goes in neutral only goes in two gears basically emoji24.png

are you spinning the output shaft while attempting to shift?

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