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Change pilot bushing on end of crank, shave flywheel, and make sure you tighten housing in a star pattern. something maybe out of alignment. make sure plastic dowel slides easily in and out of. clutch plate after tighteniong it to specs. hope this helps.

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Sounds like your clutch is not releasing completely.
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The pilot bearing is often overlooked but can cause hard shifting. It is installed into the center of the flywheel or directly into the crankshaft. The very end of the transmission input shaft goes into it. If it drags it will keep the input spinning even with a perfectly released clutch.
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