Question about 2004 kawasaki KX 125
You probably have a bent shift fork or two > very common and expensive. The only other possibility is the shift linkage behind the clutch is messed up in some way > cheap but seldom ever happens.
If it is the forks, then the entire engine comes out of the frame and gets completely torn down. The top end comes off, the case covers come off, the clutch, shift shaft, kick starter, flywheel and electrics all come off. Then the case is split to gain access to the gears and shift drum. The gears and shift drum now get removed and now the forks can be replaced. A few special tools are needed. Sorry for having to give you the bad news.
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Posted on Jun 14, 2009
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