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Old 03-14-2010, 01:03 PM   #1
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How do you put it in reverse? I know reverse works because the guy I bought it from put it in reverse and backed it out of his garage. I have pulled in the clutch while in Neutral and tried to engage it and tried to engage it while in 1st gear.
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From first gear, twist the knob on the fender and tap down one more time on the shifter. Then the red revers light should be on.
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Thanks for the info!!
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lol i came looking for the same question. i just picked mine up he also backed it out of his garage i spent 30 mins trying to figure it out
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I engage reverse by turning the knob while in Neutral, then shift down past 1st into Reverse. A Dr. D thumb lever for the reverse is a very nice mod too
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doesn't the dr. D reverse lever basically take place of the knob on the fender well?
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