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I have a RM 125 2000 the gear selector wouldn't spring its self back up when put in 1st gear but going up gears it spring its self back down but now its stuck in 2nd or 1st please help as i have just bought this bike

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It sounds like the bike has a bent shift fork. That is a bummer because it is an expensive fix. The entire engine gets torn down just to get to the bad shift fork. This is not a recommended repair for the novice mechanic. Confirm my diagnosis at your local Suzuki shop. i have a RM 125 - tombones49_143.gif

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