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    Senior Member TW_in_BC's Avatar
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    Lately, I've been having a real tough time getting into Neutral.

    Even though my clutch is pulled in, the shifter doesn't want to move UP from first gear. Shifting isn't an issue while driving, only when standing still.

    Is there an adjustment that I can do?



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    I notice a big difference with the oil. It is much more difficult with 20-50, so I have been sticking with 10-40 and the transmission is much smoother altogether.
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    I have used nothing but Mobil Racing 4T 10W-40 since the day I bought it and never had a problem with clutch or gears until now.

    I have over 25,000 miles.
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    I think you can make some adjustments at the clutch perch as well as where the cable enters the engine case. Not sure about internally. I'm sure someone will be along soon with a better answer.
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    It may help for diagnosis: At what lever position does the clutch engage/disengage, i.e. all the in, all the way out or somewhere in between? And is this position different from where it used to be?
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    The clutch disengagement is near the end of travel (all the way out) as it has been since day one. The spring is still in place.

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