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B112v goes into all the gears easy, snug comin out of first and hard comin out of reverse ....real hard ...have to kinda smack it ( dont want to do that )nothing is grinding . takes off nice and is real quite . full on gear oil . thought it was from sitting but it doesnt appear to be getting better . what can I do ?

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quote:Originally posted by dentwizz

Is there a bind in the shifter lever forks/pivots(outside the trans?)

id="quote">I do not think so. it all moves freely . I have held the bar down, up ,and sideways while trying to shift .

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