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I have a 1996 Kawasaki bayou 400 4x4. I had an oil leak so I removed the clutch cover and the bevel gear and replaced the gaskets. I had to remove the primary and secondary clutch to get to the shift shaft to remove it so that I could remove the bevel gear. I went by the book. and now when I put it into gear I feel it go into gear but it don't go anywhere. forward or reverse.

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