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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 08-17-2019, 09:07 PM Thread Starter
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Shift lever -- part number -- 2013 model

I'm on a trip and far from home and managed to hit a tire carcass today and pretty much wrecked my shift lever. consider myself lucky I didn't tear my blasted foot off. Anyway, I got the linkage off and found a friendly mechanic who straitened for me -- sort of. But it's not shaped like it used to be. I can shift it, but it's not comfortable. I'd like to order a new one.

And here's the rub. I've checked various OEM parts lists online -- Roy Ayers, Rocky Mountain, etc. -- and can't find the shift linkage. Does anyone know what drawing it's on or a part number?

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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 08-17-2019, 09:30 PM
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Sorry to hear, hope you aren't hurt.
Shift Shaft drawing, 5JW18110-00-00 Partzilla says $70.81.
Part is used on every FJR..... ebay has a few much cheaper.

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Where are you located now Mr Ed? If anywhere near Youngstown Ohio,North East Ohio/Western Pennsylvania aria? You can use my shift linkage till you get home. Or we could fix yours better. I hate them tire carcasses! Them truckers run the tires till they blow! Good luck out there.
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Shortcut: https://www.partzilla.com/catalog/ya...dg/shift-shaft

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post #5 of 9 (permalink) Old 08-18-2019, 05:46 AM Thread Starter
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Sorry to hear, hope you aren't hurt.
Shift Shaft drawing, 5JW18110-00-00 Partzilla says $70.81.
Part is used on every FJR..... ebay has a few much cheaper.
Thanks. That's a lot for that little thing, huh?

No, it's really amazing I'm not hurt. I saw it and jinked right, but I still hit it a glancing blow that took my foot off the peg. Thank goodness for good riding boots; I just have a bit of a sore ankle today.

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Where are you located now Mr Ed? If anywhere near Youngstown Ohio,North East Ohio/Western Pennsylvania aria? You can use my shift linkage till you get home. Or we could fix yours better. I hate them tire carcasses! Them truckers run the tires till they blow! Good luck out there.
I'm in Weatherford, OK, headed west. I can't get too mad at the truck; I suppose he was pretty inconvenienced too. LOL. I was pretty mad at myself. I should have seen it in time to avoid it, but I'd let my attention be drawn to some fascinating windmills. Many thanks for the offer. I've got a friend in Colorado that I was planning to visit on the way back. If the shifter aggravates me too badly I could reverse the trip from here and go there first. I know he's got the tools and a place to work on it.

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Wow! I could have sworn I looked at the shift shaft on a couple of different sites last night. I guess I was so tired by then I just wasn't seeing it.

Thanks all.

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I'm in Amarillo if you need some help. Have a shop and a hammer.
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I'm in Amarillo if you need some help. Have a shop and a hammer.
It's so cool that people will offer this kind of help to strangers. But we've got it serviceable. I have to hold my foot at an odd angle to shift, but I'm already used to it, and it's working fine. I plan to order the new one, and it'll probably be waiting when I get home.

We went through Amarillo this morning and stopped at Santa Rosa, NM.

Thanks so much for the offer.

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You went through Amarillo and you didn't stop at the Big Texan Steakhouse! Home of the 72oz Steak! Eat it all and it's free! haha I didn't try eating the 72oz, but I had a big 16oz Rib-eye! I had a fun time that night in Amarillo Texas.
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Lost my rear brake lever to a tire carcass — and I thought a bone in my ankle for the next 50 miles. Car in front of me hit it and it flipped up in the air and about took my right foot off at 75+mph on I-75 north of Atlanta. Amazingly, no other visible damage to the bike. Or me.
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