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Yamaha mt03 gearbox problem

Gearbox is locking into gear and locking the rear wheel sometimes

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SOURCE: Rear wheel locked while riding, gearbox seems fine

sounds like you have something lose or broken in gearbox..or clutch or kickstart workings.....i would not ride this bike till you know for sure whats up & its fixed!!....1st thing to try is take clutch cover off & inspect to see if you can see anything broke ..this does need pulling down to sort as the bike may well do again when riding it...you may even need to pull the gearbox.cluster out/in bits to check..this means engine out & pull in bits......

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