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BrendonV

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My B-10 grinds in reverse when shifting, wondering if this is normal, or anything i can do for it? brendonv
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Brendon, Grinding when shifting usually means that something is still spinning somewhere, while you're trying to shift... either the driven pulley of some of the internal gears. If your brake is adjusted correctly, it should stop the driven pulley pretty fast... Maybe you just need to allow a second for things to stop moving, before you shift... just a thought! Kent
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Make sure your clutch is PROPERLY adjusted. I put up with mine not quite right for a year and learned to reach behind me and stop the tranny puley before shifting. Thanks to encoughment from this site I got em right now and it is sweet. My biggest error was not having the belt gaurds set close enough, thought more room would give the belt more space to slip,don't work thata way.good luck,spend the time to adjust..MPH
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