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Old 01-04-2002, 09:06 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Removing Shift rails on NP205??

On my 205, I can't get the shift rails out. I'm trying to replace the seals at the shift rails. I thought I done everything that's needed to pull them out, but it seems like it is binding. Here's what I've done. I removed the detent balls, knocked out the pin that holds the rail to the fork and that's pretty much it. It slides in and out easily on the fork (I'm looking at it through the hole that was plugged), but right at the end, it get's caught up, seems like something on the end is getting caught up on the fork or something?? Am I missing a step?? Thanks for any help.
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Old 01-04-2002, 07:14 PM   #2 (permalink)
 
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Sounds like the interlocking pill is holding you up. That's the rod that goes between the two shift rails to keep from engaging front low and rear high at the same time. It's not attached to the shift rails but rides in a grove on the rails. You should be able to get the rods out by shifting the other one to a different position. Kinda work one then the other.
FWIW, be carefull not to drop the shift fork whan you take the shift rail out or you may not be able to re align them without more tear down.
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