So, I'm camping near Camden AL, Elm Bluff to be specific, and my 950 has lost 6th gear due to shifting issues. Since I already had it geared down to better deal with my load off-road, this equates to a 60mph top speed. :huh A little backstory- I'm on a extended 4 corners tour, hitting all the major corners of our fine country with a few detours along the way. I just visited the Barber museum, and am now heading for New Orleans. I sold everything to make this happen, been on the road since early June and no, I haven't started a RR/blog. Yesterday, shifting got bit funky, and resulted in a loss of 6th gear. I'm hoping it's the mechanism under the cover behind the clutch, and not related to the drum or forks, as that would require splitting the cases. I'm a mechanic by trade, so the actual work isn't all that big of a deal, but I need a couple things along the way. So, I need a place to work and live to see this repair through. My needs are simple- a flat spot to throw up the tent and access to a bathroom covers the living arrangements and a flat clean spot to work. Inside would be nice for that part, since it's possible this will require case splitting. I'll need a couple "special" tools too, but that's a secondary bridge to cross. A 46mm socket for the crank nut and a clutch basket holder are the only things I can think of that are not usually in a set of tools at home. I have a couple of the other special tools with me. If (more like when) parts are required I should be able to order stuff online, but there will be time involved. We are after all talking about a KTM here. Even if I specify rush shipping and all that, they seem to work at a speed that glaciers would be jealous of when it comes to parts orders. So anyone want to host a dirty hippie from California for a week to ten days (worst case-scenario, best case being a day or two)? I cook, clean, fix things and am generally a quiet, appreciative guest. I'm going to cross-post this into Inmates and the next region over, since I'm still kinda mobile and can travel a bit before having to actually stop (fingers crossed). My references here include Parepin, Jettin Jim, LtDan and a few others if necessary. A reply here pushes to my phone, but reception isn't the greatest at the campground (I'm at a Hardee's in Camden right now) so I might not be able to respond until later, or you can try calling or texting at 707 367 3110.