So last ride last season as I was going up a hill there was a ratcheting noise coming from the transmission like a chain slipping on a worn sprocket. Managed to nurse home in low gear but tried high again a couple times with it to skip again when a strain came on her. Took out transmission today and disassembled and found a worn fwd shifter fork and the fwd dog or clutch had damage on the tangs and a worn grove where the fork sits. The transmission was very hot and the gear oil was black and burnt and when I opened it up and all the parts and bearings are turned colour a bit. My question to all here is is this anything to worry about. The bearings felt fine and run smooth. I have the parts to replace the worn stuff from a doner transmission that had Damaged gears. The over heat was due to the worn parts causing friction heat and it was likely low on oil a bit as I found oil in the track drive axle. What's your thoughts on the over heated parts. Good or no good?