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My ktm 200 exc 04 model keeps on jumping from 5th to 4th gear. Any ideas on what this could be or what to check before splitting the engine? thanks

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Sounds like a worn shifter fork in the tranny.

Good luck.

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The transmission secondary gear cogs are worn. Replace primary and secondary gears

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