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Old 02-14-2011, 04:30 AM   #2
stainlesscycle
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what model #?
is this a 5 speed?

if so, you have to be careful about the orientation of the middle shift fork. if you put it in backwards it will shift when the case is open, but not when closed.

did you try turning the output shaft while you shift it to help the dogs engage/shift drum move along? was the shift drum notched or have any damage? did you install the drum so it's lined up with the corrrect notch for the neutral detent?

if it's a 4 speed, i'm not familiar with them.....i know the 4 speed has a selector plate like the old single british bikes....

i'm sure you don't have a pic of the trans assembled with the case halves apart - that would help. when you say wishbone/shifting wheel- that sounds like a 4 speed - 5 speed has shift drum and spring loaded shift pawls
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