if you have anykind of mechanic abilities you should be able to fix it pretty easy. It will just take a little more time though. Go to you local shop or ebay and order a service manual. drain your oil, drop your motor, and pull off the oil-pan and you should have everything in front of you. just look at your manual while taking everything apart and putting it back together. It will show you exactly what the shift fork looks like
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