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Kazuma Coyote 90cc forward gear slipping

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Hi all, I don't recall the year but I have two Kazuma Coyotes 90cc for my kids. One is fine the other one slips in forward gear to the point it won't run.

Before I tear into this anyone have an idea of gear box adjustment or what type this is? Direct drive, band type?

Any advice is appreciated since the kids are not very patient taking turns with one running go kart.

Thanks for the time.

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