Question about 1991 Suzuki DR 350 S
There is a part that is called the shifting fork. It is a pain to change. Where the shifter attaches to the shifting fork there are teeth on the shifter and the shifting fork. The shifter has a bolt through it to tighten the shifter. I would try taking the shifter off and cleaning both the shifting fork, which sticks out of the side of the motor, had teeth or knurl then a div-et then knurl. Clean it and the shifter up really good and reinstall the shifter. Tighten the bolt on the shifter really tight. If this don't fix it, then you can tack weld the shifter back on. But if you do this do it on the outside of the shifter where it can be ground back off, in case you ever have to split the case. The shifting fork goes all the way through the motor to the other side.
Posted on Sep 04, 2010
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