Ever been stuck in gear and need to pull apart the tranny? Chances are your factory shift fork is broken and needs to be replaced. This happens because the stock shift fork is constructed of weak brass, and is riveted together. Don't replace your broken transmission parts with the same junk that is going to break again, upgrade it and resolve the problem. These steel transmission forks replace the brass failure points, and the problematic riveted assembly is upgraded with a much stronger and more durable welding process.
If your fork is still holding on, and your dropping your transmission for a clutch or differential upgrade, it is the perfect time for preventitive maintenance. By replacing these while the transmission is already out, you will save yourself hundreds of dollars in labor, and countless hours of your own time. Check out the images below to see how these steel forks will hep fortify your transmission.
Steel upgraded fork (left) vs. Stock brass, riveted fork (right)
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So I could not have come across this @ a better time.......
I was thinking of just getting my re riveted with the HD rivets... I have to do a clutch and I am @ 201k, already planned on doing something with the forks... if this is in my budget I might end up doing this...
I see this thread here is saying that the forks might not fit on an 03 O2M. Can you guys confirm or deny this? Would be great to know since I lost 1st and 2nd last week and I'm pretty sure my shift fork is broke. Thanks.