2.48 Engine. clutch and transmission
26.393 Install the 4th gear pinion
26.418 Install the bearing onto the
end of the shaft
that it is properly seated in its groove
40 Slide the 6th gear pinion onto the shaft
with its selector fork groove facing the 4th
gear pinion, followed by the 1st gear pinion
and the thrust washer
41 Slide the needle roller bearing onto the
shaft end (s"
Check that all
components have been correctly installed
27 Selector drum and forks
removal, inspection and
Note: Access can be ge/ned to the stopper
arm and selector arm with the engine In the
frame and the clutch removed (Section 20). All
the engine to be
.. - . - . ... -.,
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and the splined washer. . .
26.4Oc ... and u,e throst washer
the crankcase halves and remove
shafts (Sections 23 and 25).
2 Unscrew the selector fork
screw from the right-hand side of the upper
crankcase half (see Illustration).
the selector forks, withdraw the shaft and then
remove the forks, noting the correct location
each fork fits.
reI'noYed from the ~kcase,
it is a good idea
to slide the forks back onto the shaft, In tt1eir
correct order I as an aid to Installation.
3 Unscrew the bolt securing the neutral detent
plunger in the top of the upper crankcase half.
noting that it is under spring pressure (888
Remove the bolt slowly so that
the spring does not expel Itself
the sealing washer. WIthdraw the spring and
the plunger. notW)Q wtjch way up it fits.
4 Remove the neutral switch (see Chapter 8).
5 Unscrew the bolt securing the selector
drum retainer plate to the right-hand side of
28.41 b The assembled
shaft should be
sides or ends of the crankcases or other
Sf9 made as though the engine is
way up. e..en though throughout
this procec*H8 it is upside 00wn. Th8f&b8
right-hand end of 8 component
will 8Ctu8Ity be
on your /eft as you look down onto the
of the upper CfBnkcase