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In the installation of a new clutch in most instances it is necessary to remove the gear lever from inside the vehicle . Check that you have the end of the gear lever actually situated in the groove that lines up all the shift rails as you may have placed the end outside the groove and can move only one rail. You have given no indication of a clutch problem at this stage so I am sure that is where the problem will be.
sounds like a stretched gear shift cable or the linkage on the tranny may need some adjusting i would start with the linkage first jack vehicle up and do a visual while some one goes through the gears make sure to use jack stands so that the power wheels are off the ground.....good luck
Sounds like the clutch is slipping. If the clutch is bad, it will slip in high gears (4th & 5th) but seem to work fine in lower gears. Clutch probably needs replaced but have a mechanic check it out first because it's a fairly expensive job. If your clutch is actuated via a cable (not hydraulic), it may just need adjusting.