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It wont go into gear, we had to pull the transmission off to replace the release barring, and now that we put it all back together all of the gears are seized

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Loosen the bearing nuts, you still want them to spin after they are tight, dont torque them too much or they wont spin and you might damage a brand new bearing to worthless, also look into your clutch cable and make sure its adjusted correctly

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