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Gz125 gear lever moving inwards on shaft

I purchased a dropped 2008 suzuki gz125 and the gear lever seems to move inwards on its shaft (located on back of footrest hanger) should this shaft have some kind of pin,clip,spring or circlip on the end to stop the lever moving inwards along the shaft as when it moves it becomes increasingly awkward to change gear (both up and down)
yours paul robinson

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Yes it does have either a "sir-clip" or a "C-clip" that holds the shaft in place. You mentioned the bike was dropped, this is very typical when that happens. If the lever is part of a linkage system you will find a groove on the shaft that that is moving where the clip belongs. If it is a sir-clip there is a good chance it is just popped off the groove and all you may have to do is slip it back on by pushing it with a screw driver, if the clip is gone you may be able to measure the shaft diameter and go to the local automotive parts house and get a standard snap ring that will fit your shaft.

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