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Shift problem was riding today today in a parking lot in first gear came to a stop bike would not go into nuetural then i shifted down now bikewith only go one down into six and one up into 5h will not go and further up

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Check the clutch ajustment at the side cover or at the handle possible needs slight ajustment

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