Yesterday I was trying to adjust my foot shifter so it would sit lower and not so high. So I figured all I had to do was remove the shift lever and reposition it on the splines to my desired angle. I took off the nut that clamps the lever to the rod and it wouldn’t move at all. After trying to pull the lever off I then tried to hit the backside of the lever with a flathead screwdriver using a rubber mallet. After doing this, my shifter wouldn’t catch any gears and had a bunch of free play. I can even push the shifter that’s connected to the rod in and out of the engine about a whole inch. I then tried to get the bike in neutral by playing with the shift lever and I found the sweet spot where I can shift up/down and find neutral but it’s hard as hell to stay in the sweet spot because the shift rod moves in and out of the engine. Did I bend my shift fork by hitting the backside of the foot shifter when trying to remove it? Is it a bent shift shaft? I’m not to educated on this topic at all and would love for someone to help me out. I just want to ride!