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    Shifter lever slack on 1986 TRX250R

    Anyone had problems with the shifter lever having slack from side to side? I have read the forum and saw they suggest checking the “nub” on the case but mine looks fine but if this is the problem is there a fix or do I have to buy another cover. I have inspected all other parts and can’t see any major wear or damage. I’m at a loss. Any suggestions?

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    if left 2 right slop send 2 bdt. carlos fixed mine.


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    smoke and mirrors.

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    Before I buy a new case I checked the “nub” and it’s approximately 20mm high. What is the correct measurement so I can determine if this is my problem.

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    Does the whole shift shaft move also or is it just the shifter?...If it's just the shifter the shifter is worn and you need a new one.....If the whole shift shaft is moving around something is worn internally and I'd tear into it and inspect it....

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    It’s the entire shift shaft. I tore it down but it appears to be fine. I read in the forums the “num” could be worn on the clutch cover. I measured mine and it’s 20mm tall so I’m not sure if that is factory or if it should be taller. I hate to buy a new case and it be the same thing. Wonder what the factory size of that should be. Thanks.

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    Case is probably worn....After all the cases are 30 years+ old....The good news is that it can be repaired....There are a few on here tha can fix it for you....

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    How do I find someone that can repair it. Thanks again.

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    carlos @ bdt welded my shaft end. then ground to remove slop. weld locally or send 2 bdt.


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    Thanks for the help


 
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