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Will i have a problem changing to 3rd if i have low speed or revs because i am have in a problem some times

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Try it and see you could even try changing your oil..cleaner oil seems to help when i have problems shifting, but you either have a bent shift fork, damaged shift drum, or damaged shift lever assembly.

Posted on May 06, 2010

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