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My 1988 rm80k gears are out of order because the shifter slipped out of position when the case was open.. so i have no idea what order theyre supposed to be in.

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Bummer on the gears. The best I can suggest, other than taking a box of parts to a Suzuki dealer, is to go to www.babbittsonline.com/pages/parts/viewbybrand/default.aspx
to see a parts diagram of your gearbox. Match what you have with the diagram and you should be okay. Be sure to install new crank bearings and seals while you have it apart.

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