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Dosent want to goin gear

The last time i used my dirt bike and i was riding up a hill and it stalled and i started it back up and then it didnt want to go in gear it p.s. got very hot while i was riding when it broke down

I think it has somthing to do with the clutch or that it got so hot?

i hope u can help!!

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Wen you stall a yammy the gears wont budge until u rock your bike back and forth whilst kicking it into gear

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