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oh, i would take it apart ! it might have bad bearings etc ! have you done trannies? (transmissions) before ? ask the man, Nick Taliaferro! maybe flush it w/ a pressure washer full of kerosene!(NO ! might blow out seals ) LOL instead of a flush,I'd have a look see- would be peace of mind eh? I'd pay someone to inspect it if you haven't done them, have no experience manual trans are not that complicated! I do recall a Moto-Guzzi trans I installed, test rode that someone else had rebuilt (I never did that again ) when I re-installed it and went out on the road, I shifted into 2nd gear and the rear wheel (motorcycle remember ) locked up solid ! at 45 MPH! It took all my considerable skill to not crash and it left a wavy 150-foot black tire mark on/ across 2 lanes of 22nd street that lasted for 5+ years ! the guy that built it had put a small flat washer on the wrong end of the layshaft! that's all it took and it locked only under power!, riding it! test shifting on the lift worked fine!
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