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1999 Kawasaki Prairie 300 Shift Characteristics

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Have you tried adjusting the linkage? What characteristics are you trying to accomplish?

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Have you tried adjusting the linkage? What characteristics are you trying to accomplish?

* Changed the title of your thread to 1999 Kawasaki Prairie 300 Shift Characteristics for better searches and responses

I didnt explain very good. this a 1999 300 prairie w/auto trans. I was asking about the springholes in the driven clutch/pulley. the I&T manual says they control the shift characteristics but not what they do.

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Ah ok. I'm not a pro on that but I can tell you that incorrect fluid can play a part in automatic shift smoothness and slipping.

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