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1995 Lakota 300 no reverse lockout?


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I've inherited a 1995 Lakota 300... it has the knob in the center of the handbar to twist to go into reverse, but I've notice when downshifting, you don't have to have the knob turned, it will shift right past neutral and into reverse which is a little dicey if not all the way stopped. I followed the linkage back and twisting the knob seems to actuate the lever on the outside of the trans, the internals just don't seem to care about this. 

What is the likely problem and how back is it to get to? I've never been inside of one of these transmissions.

TIA,
-Rob

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