Oil temperature activated, engine cooling-fan. The FourTrax 300 sent power to the ground via a five-speed transmission with extra-low first and reverse gears. Start the engine and let it idle for a few minutes 3. Came all the way from Pittsburgh pa to sell it. When we got to the location in a shopping center by a giant eagle he was there he help my husband take it off the truck.
I put a new spark plug in and the old one did seem pretty dark and sooty. The front wishbones are very tough too. The Fourtrax 300 was motivated by 282 cc, four-stroke engine. It sat on a 48. . A back-up kick-starter is hidden just under the right side panel, a compression release lever is on the right front of the engine. Standard Equipment for 1988 My Honda FourTrax came with a carbureted 282cc 20 hp air-cooled, four-stroke, single-cylinder engine, full-time four-wheel drive, a 5-speed manual transmission, automatic clutch, maintenance-free shaft drive, double-wishbone front suspension, a limited-slip front differential, foot pegs, a rear cargo rack and 3.
The Honda's battery, electrical system and air box are under the seat. It had a dry weight of 487. Any suggestions would be great. The right brake pedal is just forward of the foot peg. I live at 5,000 ft. The single-overhead-cam, air-cooled motor used a 32 mm piston-valve carburetor and a solid-state, digital ignition with electronic advance. Featuring a heavy-duty steel frame, a proven single-cylinder engine and aggressive all-terrain tires, it was well-suited for both recreation and work applications.
It is parked in the garage side by side with a 2002 Honda Rancher. Also, in back are the taillight and a storage compartment located under a hinged portion of the rear rack. The FourTrax 300 featured a time-tested suspension configuration. Dual skid plates protected the quad's underside. Front rack capacity 132 lbs. It had dual-sealed hydraulic drum brakes in the front and single-sealed mechanical drum brakes in the back.
My husband tried to stop him from taken off but it was too late no one freaking help they just watch not one single person did a thing. Steel foot baskets see photo a must for foot safety. Located on the far right the, hand-grip, throttle lever, front brake lever and brake reservoir. I cleaned the carb and installed a new carb kit. Image is a stock image The post Stolen 2013 Honda Rancher — Green appeared first on Stolen 911. Expect poor handling on pavement. The engine and differentials are well protected by a skid plate that has stood up well from a lot of abuse from rocks.
As an owner of the then popular and reliable Big Red three-wheeler, I had become a big Honda fan. This little four-wheeler has never let me down in over 23 years of very tough riding and still runs and performs like new. The front handlebar controls are, from left to right; hand-grip and rear brake lever switch, parking brake lock lever, reverse button, engine kill switch, light switches, choke, starter button and auxiliary 12 volt receptacle. Gas mileage is phenomenal; I once ran out of gas 25 miles from home and easily made it in on the. The Fourtrax 300 was Honda's entry-level utility quad. For carrying gear and supplies, the quad offered a 2.
So I have a 1994 Honda trx300 and I still am having some carb issues. When it came down to handing cash over he did but it was fake. I checked the gap on new one and installed. We was needed the cash to catch up on bills. Any ideas on the setting the setting for the carb? A gear-driven counter-balancer helped make power delivery smooth and easy to manage.
Front cargo rack and brush guard. In the center console, is the reverse light, neutral light, oil temperature light and key switch. The optional Honda FourTrax maintenance manual is well written and is easy for the average person to read and follow its instructions. Performance The little 282 cc engine performs more like a 400 cc with a top speed of 45 mph. Does anyone know what wrong? If required, add the specified oil up… if it is anything like a polaris, check the throttle cable comming out of the throttle lever on the handle bar, there should be a spot on the cable that the rubber will pull apart and you can turn it in or out. It did not have a key with it so there could be damage to the ignition or had the key tumbler replaced. It consisted of an independent double-wishbone with Arvin shock absorbers in the front and a swingarm setup -- also with an Arvin shock -- in the rear.
A snorkel-type air intake provided for operation in wet and muddy terrain. Trailer towing capacity 66 lbs. Starts great, idles great, but when in 3rd it seems to pulsate. When in the ultra-low first and reverse gears you never bog down or run out of power. The ride is really pretty smooth considering the stiff suspension.