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I guess if I ever wanted to build a Rubicon from the ground up mrcycles.com seems to have every part I would ever need. Thanks for sharing this site.
 

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There are other sites that have the schematics and the price varies a little. Here they are: worldofpowersports.com and bikebandit.com. Hope that these help. I'm not really sure how to make them links, so just copy and paste them.
 

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i can give you a price break from world of power sports .15% off retail
plus shipping on honda and most other parts .
 

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Here is the best one I've found for all parts, it lists every honda and prices but it may not work on all computers. When you go to the link press the blue letters that say CLICK HERE TO BEGIN

Its toward the bottom of the first page.
 

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QUOTE ("vettepin":1c3iclq7)
i can give you a price break from world of power sports .15% off retail
plus shipping on honda and most other parts .
How cool is that
 

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Hey Vettepin, you may get overwhelmed when word gets out. You will definately have lots of new friends. Kewl, Thanks....

Ron
 

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Well it looks that way, i have lots of accounts in the atv world , its fine with me to give a good deal to foreman .com members for their bikes. i know how prices can hurt a weekend of fun. please go to world of power sports.com and make a list of part orders and email it to me([email protected]) for a quote .
 

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Will keep that in mind. Appreciate it. Thanks
 

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bikebandit.com has many parts for the honda 4 wheelers and they have scematic drawings you can print out that show you how it all goes back together
 

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I use MOTOGRID.COM
 

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90103-HN0-A60 - BOLT, WHEEL (10X32)

^ This is the replacement wheel stud for the TRX500. It is actually a part number from a TRX450 but will work for the TRX500. Order this instead of the entire replacement hub that the dealer will try and sell you for close to $100.

servicehonda.com has them listed for $3.39 plus shipping.
 
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