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Thanks for the advice . Something weird happened today. Was trying to decide wether I was gonna split it in my shop or my buddies . As I mentioned first gear was the only bad looking gear and the previous owner told me it would stick in first . So I put in first let out the clutch, she made a,God awful noise so I took it out of gear and the noise stopped. Wondering now if I knocked something loose. Gotta get magnet in there .
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