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JUST GOT THE QUICKREVERSE IT INSTALLS EASY AND MAKE PUTTIN YOUR QUAD IN REVERSE A SNAP. ONLY $11.50 ON EBAY. EVERY HONDA OWNER SHOULD HAVE ONE.
 

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YOU WASTED YOUR MONEY. YOU CAN DO IT FOR FREE WITH A 10MM & 8MM WRENCH. ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS LOSEN THE JAM NUT ON THE REVERSE CABLE BY YOUR HANDLE BAR, THEN BACK OFF THE BRASS NUT ABOUT A 1/2". TIGHTEN JAM NUT AND YOUR DONE. ABOUT 30SEC.
 

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all you have to do is put a large washer under the phillips screw by the reverse button that will hold the reverse button down at all times so when you want reverse just pull the brake and shift down..... mine cost me .10
 

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Hey Nate, can you post a pic for us TARDS out here can get a visual?
 

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even easier is using a 1/2nut. cut a slot in it. push your reverse button down, pull brake lever and put nut over the cable. Between locknut and cable housing.
Let go and you can go into reverse anytime without pulling the brake or pushing the button.
Just as easy to remove. Use button and brake lever pull back and remove nut.
I'll take some pics tonight if needed
 

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Oh Yeah, pics are needed!
 

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ok here are some pics of mine.....i just used a large washer and a smaller one but i'm sure there is a large washer out there with a smaller hole in the center....just remove the screw that holds the parking brake lever and try not to let it all fall off....place the washer or washers on top and put the screw back in and tighten down.....if you get it extremely tight you won't be able to move your parking brake.....just snug it up good and you'll still have your parking brake
 

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I used a thick piece of plastic and cut it in a wedge shape,then cut a crossways slot in it for the cable.Works just like the previous post where a 1/2 nut was used.Same thing only different.It holds the reverse lever in the fully pulled position all the time.
 

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QUOTE ("plumcuda":2jgf96jg)
I used a thick piece of plastic and cut it in a wedge shape,then cut a crossways slot in it for the cable.Works just like the previous post where a 1/2 nut was used.Same thing only different.It holds the reverse lever in the fully pulled position all the time.
that is exactly what the piece that ebay has a little triangle shaped piece of plastic with a notch cut into it...
 

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does anybody care to post some pics of the lil triangle thing and how it is installed and everything???
 

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Sorry,I don't own a digital camera.But if you make a triangle wedge so it fits tight between the lever and holds it fully back that's what your trying to accomplish.Look from underneath the brake handle,engage the reverse and you'll see what I'm trying to say.
 

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I got the one off of ebay too and love it. I was a little surprised just how simple it was, but IMO it's definately worth ten bucks! I took some thick plastic from work and made about 10 in five minutes. Is there a need to remove it after riding to prevent any damgage from the cable being compressed constantly?
 

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Sorry I can't take pictures,but I'll try and explain it again.When you push the red button down and pull the brake lever it engages another lever under the brake lever.So what you want to do is keep this lever engaged all the time.The wedge fits between the reverse lever and holds it engaged.The slot cut in the wedge is for clearance to fit over the cable. There's a rubber boot over the left brake lever,roll that back and engage reverse a few times and I think you'll understand what I'm trying to say.
 
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