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Well I just got my 1997 foreman 400 back together after cracking the cases to replace the output shaft after i bought the bike while it was run with a broken u joint. Got it all back together and it cranks and runs fine but there is a problem. You shift it into 1st and the neutral light turns off but it don't even sound like it shifts into a gear. Can anybody help me on the info I have given and if somebody might need some more info let me know and i'll see if I can't get it to you. Got this bike sold just gotta get it to move on it's own.
 

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I'm pretty sure it's trying to shift but i will adjust the clutch just incase. Just doesn't sound like anything is trying to go in place. No grinding or anything.
 

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I'm pretty sure it's trying to shift but i will adjust the clutch just incase. Just doesn't sound like anything is trying to go in place. No grinding or anything.
 

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Well a lil update. I went out there and adjusted the clutches. When i shift up into first and give it gas it feels like it's trying to catch and sits there clicking and poping. Clutch spring not adjusted right?
 

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When you split the cases to replace the output shaft did anything come out of place and have to be reinstalled ..?.. Like the shift fork shaft (and a shift fork fall off) or main or counter shaft tried to come out with the case and a gear drop off ...?
 

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No I made sure nothing came loose or came apart when pulling the cases apart. The guy that did take my clutches off and apart while i was at work didn't know you could pull the plate off the silver clutch and took the 4 **** springs off the clutch so i don't know if they are tightened back right or not.
 
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