Hi guys, got a question about a transmission shifting problem im having. I recently rebuilt an engine that ran, but with low compression. It shifted fine before the rebuild, up, down, pre-load was perfect. I rebuilt it with all new honda parts, however, a few parts that went back in on the rebuild were the shift drum, shift shaft, and gearshift arm. Shift drum measured in spec. During reassembly, it went through all the gears as best it could without the assistance of the mainshaft/countershaft moving. I know it likes to have everything lubricated and moving for optimal shifting. I put blue loctite on the shift star. I reused the shift drum, and replaced the shift forks with OEM. I used 24221-041-010 for the right shift fork, still available from Partzilla. The left fork is NLA, but DrAtv advertises http://dratv.com/lshalctal.html as a fork that works, according to DG. It seems like it is binding up on the drum and not allowing it to upshift through all the gears. Its a struggle to go from 2-1, which I assume is moving over inside the transmission from the left fork to the right fork. I'd appreciate any insight that you could offer. Oh, and it runs great! Thanks for all the information posted through the years.