Join Date: Mar 2006
Location: Carson City, NV
Rickgto, I don't think we disagree. As I said in my post all the basics need to be covered. Like the shifter adjustment, oil, idle and such. I never said to force the shift and I should have. I do disagree with a slow shift. In my opinion that will cause the dog gears to grind. All motorcycles and ATV's use dog gears to do the shifting. You would never slowly push down on a shift pedal of a motorcycle as it will grind every time. If all is right in the transmission the dog gears should be spinning and a quick push of the gear shift should engage them. Again never force anything.
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