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Ask the gurus / Re: Gear shift problem
« Last post by CX PHREAK on Today at 02:31 »
Check the shifter spindle for signs of binding on the case. Diagonally opposed wear marks will indicate a slight bend you may not be able to see.

 Using too thin a rear cover gasket can have the same effect.

 With the rear cover on did the shifter shaft have any end float? There should be a little.

There are 3 thrust washers when putting the bits back in before the rear cover goes on. Two go either side of the starter motor idler gear and the other one on the front end of the gear shift spindle.

 You don't have two on the front of the shifter shaft?
Ask the gurus / Re: Gear shift problem
« Last post by joethebike on Yesterday at 20:30 »
It looks to be all there so could the trouble be in the gear lever shaft which could be binding on the case when assembled?
Ask the gurus / Re: Gear shift problem
« Last post by Seagrass on Yesterday at 19:40 »
Sorry I meant to reply to this but forgot to.

Unfortunately I have nothing constructive to add but maybe @CX PHREAK does as he often has an engine apart.

Ask the gurus / Re: Gear shift problem
« Last post by gm on Yesterday at 18:32 »
it looks about the same as mine I have a 650  this photo was in neutral (pretty sure). sorry photo is a bit dark.
That is a good deal Onetrack.

The last price from Honda when they were available was over $200

Hey mate, sending you a PM now!
Hi Funnyguy,
I have 2 here, one with slight wear on the sliding face and has the later Honda modification to improve lubrication.  $45.00 plus post.  PM me your details if this suits you.
Les F
Hi there, I'm looking for an automatic camshaft chain tensioner for a CX500/CX650
Located in Sydney Australia and happy to pay postage fees if someone has one!

Bike Accessories & Equipment / Re: Side stand needed
« Last post by 82cx500 on 06-Mar-21, 17:22 »
That is great thank you so much Les
I really appreciate it.
I have sent you a personal message with my mobile number for further correspondence
Bike Accessories & Equipment / Re: Side stand needed
« Last post by Onetrack on 06-Mar-21, 16:58 »
You can have it for the cost of postage.  I am located in Cairns, Queensland.  I am in the process of culling the huge pile of Euro spares I gathered over the last 30 years mostly at very little cost.  This stand has not been chopped about and not too worn on the foot. Just a check, length from bolt centre to heel is 20cm
"Young" Les F
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