T-176 Shift Fork Replacement
Hey everyone, I have a couple new shift forks and shift lug for my T-176 coming in this afternoon - Just so I am prepared, any instructions on how to remove the retainer pins and how to set the new ones in? Is it just a matter of punching them out, or do you need a special tool?
Thanks guys! Got it apart no problem. A few of the pins came out a bit too easy for my liking, but they should be good now! I got a little excited and didn't check the orientation of the 3rd-4th shift lug. Should the bulky side of the lug point towards the shift fork or away from it?
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