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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 01-15-2013, 12:46 AM Thread Starter
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Pawl Spring

Does anybody know a place I could pick up a pawl spring for my bike? Preferably online but ill take any suggestions.
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could anybody tell me which part it is on the following website?

http://www.cheapcycleparts.com/model...semblies/74300
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13165 is the pawl, so 92081A must be its retaining spring.

Is your pawl falling off,

or not returning into position after a shift?
If the later, 92081B change pedal return spring could be the one you want.

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it will return to position. but it wont shift into gear from neutral at all
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Ma Kaw has a Positive Neutral Finder (PNF) on many (or all?) models of her motorcycles that only allows shifting between Neutral and 1st gear while stopped.
Until the bike is rolling at a few mph and the tranny counteshaft is rotating, you cannot shift into 2nd or higher gears.
(The PNF is comprised of 3 small steel ball bearings that sit in receptacles on the tranny counter-shaft under the 4th gear.
The balls are thrown out of the stopped position by centrifugal force, thereby unlocking the PNF, allowing an upshift.)

Are you saying you cannot even shift into 1st gear?

If the tranny is stuck in neutral, I assume you can roll the bike without resistance. Correct??

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correct. I have checked the clutch cable adjustments every way and it still will not work.
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another guy said this

"I would not rule out the possibility that it is the pawl spring that has come dislodged from its normal position. I was also stranded once as described. To check and fix it, you must remove the cover with the oil sight glass; not completely, just out of the way. It can be done without removing or skewing the engine, but it is tight, and accessed from underneath."

So im trying to check the pawl spring, but I have no idea what it looks like. I unbolted the cover with the oil sight but I still cant get the cover dislodged from the bike.
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well I figured it out! got the cover off and found the c shaped clipp lying in the bottom of the case. Now I just Cant figure out where it goes
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Its on 8-3 of the manual...bottom of page...if you dont have a manual lemme know, and I'll scan my page and post it.



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I think this is the piece you mean, and this is the route Im assuming...someone correct me please if Im wrong....





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