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is there an aftermarket part for this or is it a rig? and who carrys it if available
 

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ya i heard people talking bout that to but i think its a rig. but not for sure. it whould be nice if u can buy it.



2005 honda foreman es 4*4
warn 2500 winch
rubicon rims
rhino lined front bumber

tocome is bigger tires, maybe a pipe

2004 recon all stock

2006 rubicon
all stock except 14inch mudlite xtr
 

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If you are talking about the reverse over-ride check out ebay. There are several homemade options that have been discussed on this board, but for only 11 bucks the one on ebay is hard to beat and works great.
 

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I read on here somewhere about using a 1/4 in nut. Take the nut and cut a slit in the side of it. Push the Red button squezze the handle and you can see the cable. Just slip the nut on the cable and your done! Works like a charm and does not costt 11 dollars. Easy to put in and remove.
 

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the quick fix is to just use the adjustment on the cable to make it where you dont have to do anything except just shift it to reverse. can all be do with two wrenches in about 30 seconds with no money spent.
 

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QUOTE ("KAGRIFF":13d24o7h)
the quick fix is to just use the adjustment on the cable to make it where you dont have to do anything except just shift it to reverse. can all be do with two wrenches in about 30 seconds with no money spent.
Now that is the way to go!!!!!!!!!!

Thanks for the tip!!!!!
 

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I used a simple black zip-tie....the locking part of the zip-tie is just enough...and it wont fall off, and can be easily removed if need be.

Cost.....$.05
 

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with two wrenches you can adjust the cable length and make it where you can go to rev. the adjustment is at the lever by the handle bars. cost
0.00!!!!!!!!!
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if the cable is always tight you run the possibility of hitting reverse by accident. Not to hard pulling brake lever if button is already held down........do a search. I posted one with pictures sometime this summer. Still working.
 

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yeah i guess. I have run my hondas like this for years and have never had a problem with hitting reverse when i did not want it. guess it all depends on the rider. I like mine this way but i do see your concern.

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Not positive and have not tried it, but heard that you coudn't go into reverse while moving anyway. Anybody confirm? I use the Quick Reverse from ebay and love it. If I need to bring to dealer, just pull it out and when finished, put it back in. Takes a few seconds either way and cannot see it in normal use. Not much too it, but has been worth it to me.
 

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i almost cant even get my bike to go into nutral even if im only going like 1 or 2mph such as when i back it off the trailer
 

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Two zip ties is the way to go. Had it on mine since new. It is impossible to go into reverse while moving because the bike will not shift from 1st to neutral at anything over about 1 mph. Don't know about on a manual shift but on the Electric Shift it will harm nothing. Just push the button, pull the brake lever, and zip to ties onto the cable for the button, never be a pain again.
 

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I do a lot of plowing, back and forth...manual trans....has never ever been an issue. Been on mine now for almost 9 months or better, and I love it. It is great in the deep stuff when you have to downshift into reverse fast to get out of a hole or around something in the mud/water.

I could see how this mod wouldn't be for everybody though. Then again, neither should 4-wheeling at all!!
 

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A little nut works great, easily removable, if you loose it who cares and you don't need to do anything to it, just stick it in the gap. No more pulling the brakes just shift down
 

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I bought this part several weeks ago, and my wife thought it was just some junk on my desk and pitched it. Since then, I just use a spare nut.
 

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