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Kr1s stuck in gear

I don't know a lot at the moment but the guy is bringing the bike to me stuck in gear and I am led to belive that it is a casette gearbox.Has anyone had one of these stuck in gear and is it simple to extract the box for bench stripdown.Cheers peeps.

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Kr1s gear box is a quick change cassette with three seletor forks. stuck in gear could be a bent fork or a snaped selector spring, remove 3 bolts on front sprocket cover , then remove 4 bolts to change cover, check for damage to levers and that both springs are connected, if no damage ,undo and reome bolts hold gearbox cassette and withdraw the complete unit check forks, fork rollers and the drum for cracks or missing guides.manual can be found at
KR-1S.co.uk

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