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yes it works and works great, just watch the throttle if you have big tires
 

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reuse your 450 clutch plates unless you have new ones, but other than that it fits perfectly. your top speed will be about 42 if you use 28" tires which is what my brother runs on his. he has 28" laws, tractor pipe, uni filter, hl lift, and gear reduction. we put all that together in three evenings.
 

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as said above they will fit perfect, the 300 parts will work on the 400 and 450 foremans.

Duke if I ran my bike 42mph it would probaly sting the guts out of it, 35 is pushing it pretty hard on mine.
 

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thanks good to hear. i thought something was wrong with mine. after installing it we went to timberlanes and it ran 32 at max, but i got on highlifter and jake450s said it should be around 42. but hey i learned to trust your thoughts more than others.
 

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Mine runs 36 with Bi/Tri Claws with gear reduction.
 

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Can somebody give me a short description of what a gear reduction does, how to do it, and is it necessary on a 450 if I go to 28" outlaws?
 

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it dose exactly like its name it reduces your gearing so you go slower but have more torque its not nesscary but some poeple want it so they dont have to worry about boggin out
 

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some buy new and some buy used. ebay is where I picked up the set for the wifes foreman. I paid around $50 shipped. You will need the clutch basket and the drive gear under the centrif clutch.
 
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