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Tansmission won't lock into drive. 1979 Pony

Tansmission won't lock into drive. I have to hold the wheel drive lever.
As long as I'm holing the lever in the drive position the wheels turn. I don't hear any unusual noises such as grinding gears.

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Sounds like your fork lever/ shift rod is bent and flexing

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