2 ways I have found around this. One, take a strong zip tie, wire tie, push the reverse button down, and zip tie to keep it down. Thats what I used to do. All you gotta do then is pull the brake lever and shift down. Or you can PM 1badrat on this board, he made a neat little thing that keeps the reverse cable stretched, im running one of those now and it works good. All you gotta do is shift down no button, or brake handle.
yeah that is high tech stuff right there; yeah you have to pull the handle. I would have used a black tie if I had one. I actually just rigged that up real fast to take a picture. Now im using the 1badrat way of doing it, I need to get a picture of that or, Chuck, if you are reading this, you got a picture?
Haven't had time to reply, sorry about that. I'll try to get a pic. for ya this weekend, just hooked up DSL and lost my camera hook up through the USB port so I have to add another hub. Cool avatar rubicon, although I had to tell my son you must be a drummer with yamaha drums. lmao.
Im sure that could be a possibility, but the cable doesnt really stretch so to speak. Its just moved. At least I dont think its streching, it is steel braided cable, I think it just pulls, and doesnt stretch, but I could be wrong.
I was riding this weekend and started smelling oil burning found an oil leak around one of the acorn nuts on top of the head. Do I just need to order new washers and replace them or is there more to it then that? Thanks
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It took me a month to figure this out, but I am glad to report that I have figured out how to repair my 2004 450ES Speedometer
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