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PostPosted:Mon Jan 24, 2022 9:45 pm 
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The small spring and pinion at the bottom of the gear lever was missing. Giving a very floppy feel to the gear lever.

I made a new one by cutting off the end off a drill bit and cutting down a spring I had. The spring used on the carburetor adjustment screws is about the right size. The one I had was a bit stiffer so I used that instead but the carburetor spring might work as well if that is what you have.

The lever is now nice and solid. In fact it might be a bit too stiff. Hence another reason to try the carburetor spring.

I bet I am not the first person to lose these.


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