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Shifter lever broken...

The bike fell over and the shifter lever broke, did not want to replace so I jury riged the shifter to the remaining shaft. Seems to work fine but can't get the bike to kick into gear. I adjusted the clutch, according to the manual, but still can't get it into neutral to start. Did something else happen when it went down? By the way the bike was only in first gear when the accident happened. Thanks for your help.

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It sounds like you bent the shift fork, or at least the shaft that penetrates the case and holds the shift lever on the outside. If you are certain you are moving the shaft and the bike won't come out of first then you will have to open up the case and see what is bent or broken inside.

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