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    P-X keeps popping into reverse

    Mostly from a dead stop on a hard left turn the reverse bucket just drops down.

    ...Yes the spring is still there.

    Anyone else experience this?


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    I have had this happen before. Just adjust your cable at the reverse bucket to apply a little more tension on it and you will be fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pdxrealtor View Post
    Mostly from a dead stop on a hard left turn the reverse bucket just drops down.

    ...Yes the spring is still there.

    Anyone else experience this?
    This could get ugly!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jawz View Post
    This could get ugly!

    Why do you say this can get ugly??

    Thx GH.... I'll do that unless JAWZ can tell me something I'm missing.

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    Could all go wrong with a sudden bang... or crack...!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pdxrealtor View Post
    Why do you say this can get ugly??

    Thx GH.... I'll do that unless JAWZ can tell me something I'm missing.
    Try doing 70mph and dropping it into reverse. No dont. That would be ugly. I have seen this happen at around 30 and I can assure you it is worse than any buck or overstuff you could ever experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pdxrealtor View Post
    Why do you say this can get ugly??

    Thx GH.... I'll do that unless JAWZ can tell me something I'm missing.

    if it went into reverse at WOT, you'd prolly be eating from a tube for the rest of your life

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    Quote Originally Posted by mongorunner View Post
    if it went into reverse at WOT, you'd prolly be eating from a tube for the rest of your life
    Wasn't sure if that is what he was referring to or not...

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    yea i pulled reverse at 30 when i was learning how to ride. Thought it would be fun. Next thing I know I ended up on the hood then the ski was running me over.... last time i ever did that

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    Check out the end of this vid . This was maybe 10 mph. The cam is mounted on the top of the hood.

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