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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 04-19-2019, 02:33 AM Thread Starter
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2005 Rancher 400AT parts needed

Redoing another farm quad. Speedo is shot, so I can’t tell what’s going on in tranny but it won’t shift at all in esp mode. So I need:
Speedometer dash gauge
4 lug nuts
Complete seat
End that goes into carb of choke cable (pencil looking thing attaches to the cable)

Then maybe I can read error code and troubleshoot my transmission issue? Let me know what you got, include the cost of shipping to 97471, Roseburg Oregon.
[email protected] thanks. Ken
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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 04-22-2019, 02:18 AM Thread Starter
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Disregard. I sold it as is to someone who wanted the project.
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Wise move dumping it. The 400AT's are one of the worst Honda designs.

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Come on jeep, I like the little 400s. Awesome machines if used correctly.

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Eh, if you don't mud them or run big tires they're ok. I just see too many that won't pull anymore. LOL

2005 Foreman Rubicon Camo
Perfex, 27" Mudbugs
Heated grips and Thumb , HID's
5K Viper Max winch

2009 Foreman 500FM Green
Perfex with HL springs
27" Execs on Rubicon rims
Heated Grips and Thumb, HID's
4K Viper Max winch

2006 Foreman 500FM Green
28" Mugbugs, stretched, Perfex, HLsprings
3K Superwinch winch

2009 475 Rancher AT Tan
26" Mudbugs on Rincon rims
Warn winch. Foreman pod light with HID, SRA gear reduction
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