Tag: Honda

ATV Industry Facts: Did You Know?

A unique approach to shifting back in the late 90s. In the beginning all ATVs came with automatic clutch transmissions- these operated on the premise that a foot shifter was used to change gears up or down but the clutch (centrifugal) automatically engaged whenever the operator let off the throttle. Shortly thereafter full manual clutch […] More »

  Comments | By - March 8, 2019

Ask The Editors: It’s a Spring Thing

Are ALL of these things essential? Dear ATVC: I just bought the 3-wheeler off a buddy with a broken pull cord, a missing dog ear spring, and a missing compression spring. I ordered everything but the compression spring. Is that vital or will it start (though a little rough probably) without? Well the good news […] More »

  Comments | By - February 25, 2019

Ask The Editors: Kickstarter Part Help

This is the spindle you’re looking for. Dear ATVC: I got a 1986 Honda 200X and the main problem is the kick start shaft; it´s broken in the end, where the kick start pedal goes. So I´m trying to buy a new OEM part (28251-HB5-010) but when I search the part the Honda Fourtrax TRX200 […] More »

  Comments | By - February 10, 2019

ATV Industry Facts: Did You Know?

Do these wheels make my butt look big? Considered the first true ATV by many, the 1972 Honda US90 came in at 37-inches wide. And most of that was achieved by massive tires. Throughout the years, the width (and corresponding stability) of our machines has only continued to increase. Take the latest word coming in […] More »

  Comments | By - January 31, 2019

Ask the Editors: Tracking Down Honda’s Daytona Orange

I have a 1974 Honda ATC90 and need the color code of the Daytona orange paint.

  Comments | By - January 21, 2019

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