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Worn selector forks would be my guess . Not a difficult job because it has a horizontally split crank case . You might be able to ignore the Haynes manual and take a few shortcuts such as leaving the Clutch basket and rotor in place . Here's an interesting video that I came upon that will give you some idea what's involved . Pity it's speeded up . https://www.howtomotorcyclerepair.com/cb550bottomendrebuild/

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