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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Look on your title for the VIN number (frame number). Call a Suzuki dealer and they should be able to tell you what year and model you have. This assumes the bike is within around 15 years old.
Posted on Sep 21, 2009
SOURCE: my daughters 2001 suzuki jr-80
The bike probably has a bent shift fork. The only other possibility is a shift index wheel assembly has become loose or the spring has broken. Pray for the index wheel problem. That you may be able to fix yourself. The right side case comes off, then the clutch and kick starter. Now the index wheel assembly is accessible. If it is a shift fork, I don't recommend the repair for the home mechanic. Some special tools are needed. The entire engine must be torn down to get to the forks. Please rate my answer. Thanks!
Posted on Jun 23, 2011
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