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Hey just wanted to pass this along with the frezing temps up north....the weather in seattle has been dry for a few weeks but really cold...so each weekend if had a chance to do some repairs...i have no shop and work out side:12:...anyway its been running good....started it today and my shifter would not move so i took it off and apart and it was full of water and had froze...so i wormed it up and drained and cleaned ...it was muddy like everything else when i bought it...but never looked inside shifter box...it has always been hard to shift...it was ugly inside...so i cleaned it all up and it works like new...shifts great in all and low:banana:
 

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Yep, contrary to popular belief you do need to clean these things once in a while as much as I hate to, I wash mine after every hunting trip as I always end up hunting after a rain storm so mud ends up everywhere.
 
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