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SSR Shifting Problems... FIX! - May 21, 2008, 06:18 AM

Jialing Shift Problem

Here is the Fix:

Honda TRX 90 Detent Spring Part # 24435-051-000

Special tools:
Clutch puller
Clutch removal tool works on clutch locknut and oil sling locknut
Impact driver w/ proper screw head bit
snap ring pliers

tools:
8mm socket
10mm socket
12mm socket
14mm socket
15mm socket
17mm socket
5mm allen wrench
needle nose pliers

Also the screw head on the Shift drum must be Loctited and properly tightened..this is a must!!!

heres a link to the internal pictures post #9 and #10:

http://www.thumpertalk.com/forum/sho...d.php?t=548444


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May 21, 2008, 07:46 AM

Excellent info!!!


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May 21, 2008, 08:49 AM

Yeah I was talking to a guy over on ThumperTalk about this a while back. He said some guys notice a more positive shift with just the detent spring. Others go with the spring and a new shift star. Ill dig up the thread and get the info.
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Tech Day worthy!
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May 21, 2008, 09:36 AM

Thank you Nate.....Are we having a tech day for this fix?
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May 21, 2008, 09:38 AM

this is good info ... I've been running around the woods and fields that separate my neighborhood from IAD and almost bogged out the other day going up a steep incline. I thought I was in 2nd, turned out I was in 3rd. I thought the shifting on my 636 was klugy .... I'll definitely be looking into this.

oh ... for those with nice cameras and penchant for nature ... I've had a few opportunities to capture a lot of wildlife in those fields and woods I mentioned. Unfortunately, I never bring my effing camera Just the other day a huge 5 point buck sat and watched my silly ass try and find a way around a creek so I could foolishly get closer to him. The way he was looking was certainly picturesque.

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Good info Nate!

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May 21, 2008, 09:52 AM

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Just the other day a huge 5 point buck sat and watched my silly ass try and find a way around a creek so I could foolishly get closer to him. The way he was looking was certainly picturesque.
Forget the camera! Bring a rifle next time! A head on the wall and a freezer full of deer steak is picturesque too! Of course there is the whole hunting license/deer season issue, but that is just red tape. Dragging that thing out with the SBA may prove a little tricky though

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Anyone come up with a place to ride?

Would anyone be interested in putting together an All-Sport event?


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Would anyone be interested in putting together an All-Sport event?
Chris, there is a guy Ive been talking to on ThumperTalk who lives about 30-45 mins away in MD. He said they are always looking for riding buddies and that they have all kinds of places to hit the dirt around them. Just need to find time to get up there. His exact words were, "the more the merrier".
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Chris, there is a guy Ive been talking to on ThumperTalk who lives about 30-45 mins away in MD. He said they are always looking for riding buddies and that they have all kinds of places to hit the dirt around them. Just need to find time to get up there. His exact words were, "the more the merrier".
Sweet...keep us posted. Also, can you find out if it's private property or whether they have permission?

Just want to make sure the popo doesn't show up and take out bikes

All this talk...I'm taking the Sikk out for some wheelies today after work


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