Main Motorcycle: 2005 Bonneville Blue 790
Join Date: Sep 2006
Location: Central Maryland, USA
Other Motorcycle: 1973 CB450, long gone
Hope that your shift shaft, or whatever it's called, isn't bent. Look for proper position, smooth shifting action, and check for leaks around the seal. Hopefully you can find a used shift lever, e.g. from someone who has installed rearsets.
Replace the clutch lever.
It happens to all of us sooner or later. I recently half-dropped mine for the first time in the 3+ years I've had this bike. I was too tired to dismount and keep it balanced and put it on the center stand (without lowering the side stand). Luckily, I and the junk in my garage were in the way, damage was limited to two small scuffs on the left side case, which I can live with. Two neighborhood teenage boys who just happened to be in the alley pulled the bike up and off me. Embarrassing!
2005 Bonneville Blue 790cc, AI removed, Staintunes RC, no snorkel, inlet enlarged, 118/40/NBZT "Thruxton" needles/1 shim/3 turns, Ikon 7610s, Ricor Intiminators, Michelin Pilot Activs, D9 gauge panel, tachometer.
Last edited by Baltobonneville; 08-18-2008 at 08:26 PM.