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bogieboy 02-21-2013 09:27 AM

Crackin open the cases on an old kawasaki 250
 
So...anyone have any tips on cracking open the cases on a 75 kawasaki f11 250 2t? I somehow got crap in the shift drum and its stuck in 3rd gear....or is there a way to get the drum out without cracking the cases?

Thanks!!!!

bogieboy 02-21-2013 08:35 PM

anyone???

Euromad 02-22-2013 10:47 AM

I think you can access the shifter drum by taking off the clutch cover. The drum and gearshift ratchet are underneath or to the rear of the clutch . Sometimes the ratchet and springs get worn and it won't shift.

bogieboy 02-22-2013 11:42 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Euromad (Post 20785457)
I think you can access the shifter drum by taking off the clutch cover. The drum and gearshift ratchet are underneath or to the rear of the clutch . Sometimes the ratchet and springs get worn and it won't shift.

I already looked there, part of the kickstart return spring holder cracked and went into the trans...there was a sizeable chunk (1/4" ) in the bottom by the clutch, and that only accounts for half the missing piece... Can i pull the shift drum out without cracking open the cases? I dont think i can due to the shift forks...

stainlesscycle 02-22-2013 03:33 PM

you cannot pull the shift drum out without splitting the cases.

bogieboy 02-22-2013 03:49 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by stainlesscycle (Post 20787465)
you cannot pull the shift drum out without splitting the cases.

thats what i didnt want/expected to hear.....LOL guess what tomorrows FUN project is gonna be? LOL sucks cause jsut 4 days ago i drained/filled the tranny oil with fresh...but now its gotta be loaded with shavings and crap........


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