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Dusnt want to shift wright

Wont go into gear easily
stickes inbeween 1st and 2nd gear and grinds 2005 suzuki vincent

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Sorry to say, the bike has a bent shift fork. The engine gets torn down completely just to get to the forks. Expensive to fix. I do not recomend a beginner try this repair.

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