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I have a rookie question...is there a way to STOP the slight gear grinding that occurs when shifting from Neutral to Forward or Reverse, besides lowering the idle waayyy down? Am I doing something wrong, or am I missing more parts off this basket case? I see the 06 BF 750 has an engine brake. Does that slow or stop the driven clutch from spinning so you can get in gear without grinding? I'd find a way to adapt it if it would help. Ed3
 

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you are depressing the brake?

also if you have a tight belt
 

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Sexx,sexx,sexx, is that all you two ever talk about.....you guys should just get it over with, and make man-love!!!!:D:eek:
Anyway, no my belt is in fact VERY loose, I have almost a 1/4" gap between the belt and the outboard sheive on the drive clutch...I need a new belt and prolly some kind of adjustment....oh well I thought I discovered something with the Brute engine brake. What good does applying the rear brake do if you're not in gear yet? It won't stop or slow the driven pulley from turning unless you're already in gear....right?
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