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Mudrecon

1995 Suzuki king quad 300 shifter question

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Haven't got a service manual for this yet so I'm flying by the seat of my pants I made myself a shifter extension to go up by the gas tank took my foot shifter off to weld it and now when I put it back on I don't seem to be able to find neutral. Is there some asinine reason that you have to do something internally when you change or remove the foot shifter? It was a simple take off weld put back on and dog bite my pecker it's not working. I hope this is something simple I've done and that's something I need brain surgery for. Cheers fellas I know y'all will have the right answers

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I don't know what I was doing but after I tightened the slack on the shift cable all is well :) I'm a shiften in comfort

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I'd like to see some pictures of your shifter!

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I certainly didn't say it was pretty but here it is. It works well for me I hope this only comes up with one picture for some reason every time I try and post it add to another picture dammitIMG_20190612_090732.thumb.jpg.24a5059bb98f3054565215611b0aa0f5.jpg

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trying to remove some of the pictures
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