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dirtlife1990

shift shaft on a 04 yz 450f

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My splines on my shift shaft are worn out how do I replace the shaft and I hope I do not half to split case I can't afford that and I'll be taking it to a shop plz give me info on this thanks

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Pull the right side outer case and remove the clutch assembly. After that it should be self explanatory.

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Pretty easy fix. Get a manual. Make sure you get the kick starter gear spring in correctly.

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This is the shaft that the shifter sits on to change gears the splines are worn down on them and justt can't afford to split the case

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Pull the right side outer case and remove the clutch assembly. After that it should be self explanatory.

So I don't half to split the case to change out the shift shaft that my shifter goes on ?

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So I don't half to split the case to change out the shift shaft that my shifter goes on ?

I am pretty sure you only have to pull the outer case and the clutch assembly. Definitely get a manual, it tells you everything. Yamaha manuals are the best, better that most military manuals. Also Google and YouTube are great.

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So I don't half to split the case to change out the shift shaft that my shifter goes on ?

 

No.  Just remove the clutch assembly.

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No. Just remove the clutch assembly.

Thank god that makes me feel better ...it shouldn't be that much to replace it I think like 39 for the part plus labor

No. Just remove the clutch assembly.

Thank god that makes me feel better ...it shouldn't be that much to replace it I think like 39 for the part plus labor

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