The transmission is a 5- or 6-speed constant-mesh type that is contained in an extension of the crankcase. The transmission permits the rider to vary the ratio of engine speed-to-rear driving wheel speed in order to meet the varying conditions of operation. The transmission is foot-operated by the gear shift lever, transmitting the force through a gear shifter shaft. According to Rask Cycle, baseline torque is calculated for an unplated, non-lubricated bolt.
Tighten inspection cover screws to 40-60 inch pounds torque.
Transmission drain plug
Tighten drain plug to 14-21 foot pounds torque.
Fluid level screw
Tighten fluid level screw to 90-110 inch pounds torque.
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