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Won't go into gear when turned on when off will go into all gears put in new clutch and clutch cable flywheel checked and ok. All seems to be ok with gearbox. Still can't get gears engaged when started.

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Clutch cable not adjusted properly , worn clutch fork or ball , pilot bushing in the back of the crank to tight or not lubricated so the input shaft is spinning at engine rpm.. these are just a couple of possibilities .


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