No, I did not turn the primary clockwise to count. The one way turns properly (I set it in there for the pics and re-installed properly to check).The shoes look fine, the even with the metal is because the shoe(s) are retracted.
Tell us more about the one-way, you counted the ratio so I assumed the primary turned correctly by hand...counter clockwise to count, and locked to the crank going clockwise.
Did you turn the primary clockwise to count?
With regard to checking the one way bearing, (ref. 4-53 in the service manual) maybe I am checking this incorrectly, but if I install the one way bearing with the arrow to the clutch housing side (as a poster mentioned above that I had it in backwards), turning clockwise engages the clutch carrier and clutch housing and turning counterclockwise allows the clutch carrier assembly to turn freely (which appears backwards from what the service manual states it should do).
So is this just an indication that this one way bearing is actually installed properly as originally shown in my pictures in earlier post (arrow/green dot facing outward), or is it indicative a problem with the one way bearing??
Further, if the clutch looks fine, that is actually bad news because it means I still do not know why I cannot get the bike above 20 in gear. For the record, I have checked all the 4WD relays/diff lock electrical components and all work properly.