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RECENTLY I REPLACED 3 GEAR EVRYTHING SEEMED TO BE GOOD UNTIL 7200 RPMS AND IT WOULD START JUMPING OUT OF 2ND AND AT LOWER RPMS UNTIL I HAD TO SKIP 2ND IN TO 3RD JUST TO GET IT HOME

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You have to check the dog ends of those gears, not the teeth. The dogs are what holds it in gear, If they are the slightest bit worn or chipped off, at the ends, it will jump out of gear. Sometimes you can grind them down, but rarely. I see a bunch of complete transmissions on ebay, I don't know about yours or not, but it would be cheaper than buying retail. Check also for bent shift rods, any shims missing, go by the schematic if you have one. I'm sure you can find one, Bike bandit maybe. Hope this helps.

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