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2019/02/25 22:05:12 (permalink)

450 foreman rear end

Is there a stronger rearend I can put in the foreman?i just bought one on 29.5 ol2s and the guy claimed he just put a new rearend in it but it’s making racket again and was wondering if this ones bad if there is another one I could buy or are they usually tough enough to hold up to 29.5s?

2003 foreman 450
Snorkeled
Lifted
29.5 outlaw2
35% gear reduction
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    Re: 450 foreman rear end 2019/02/26 06:39:49 (permalink)
    Usually they are tough enough. One the guy probably had bad thumb control. And two he probably didn't put grease and oil in the chunk. Also if your gonna change the diff change the seals at but wheels. If you gonna spend that much money do it right. Another thing is the guy said new but is it new used? Cause if it's used it could have had bearing that were going out already.

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    1997 Honda 300 4x4
    Head Ported and Polished
    317 Kit
    Big Red Cam
    Clutch Kit
    SuperTrapp IDS2 Exhaust
    K&N Filter
    Carb Kit
    32" Interco Interforce II's
    16" MSA M30 Trottles
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    54% gear reduction
    Honda 350 rear axle assm.

    6" BPC CUSTOM LIFT WITH 8" STRETCH AND 3" BODY LIFT OLD 300 LOOKING GOOD AS EVER THANKS TO WHITNEY!!!!!

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    1998 Honda 300 2x4
    6" BPC LIft with some sick a-arms
    420 spindles and disk brakes
    29.5" OL2'S
    14" MSA M26 Vibes
     
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    Re: 450 foreman rear end 2019/02/26 15:46:16 (permalink)
    It looked used I was just wondering before I bought one if they usually hold up or if they could withstand the laws. Really haven’t got to look at it yet to know for sure what’s going on it’s just kind of making a scratching noise that sounds like it’s coming from the back

    2003 foreman 450
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    29.5 outlaw2
    35% gear reduction
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    Re: 450 foreman rear end 2019/02/26 16:11:54 (permalink)
    Probably needs a rebuild. They do hold up but you need to put grease and gear oil in it. Oh and change the seals at the hubs. Basically refresh the whole assm and it will be good. And yes they do hold up when taken care of.

    00_NUTT
    1997 Honda 300 4x4
    Head Ported and Polished
    317 Kit
    Big Red Cam
    Clutch Kit
    SuperTrapp IDS2 Exhaust
    K&N Filter
    Carb Kit
    32" Interco Interforce II's
    16" MSA M30 Trottles
    Snorkled 
    54% gear reduction
    Honda 350 rear axle assm.

    6" BPC CUSTOM LIFT WITH 8" STRETCH AND 3" BODY LIFT OLD 300 LOOKING GOOD AS EVER THANKS TO WHITNEY!!!!!

    SON'S BIKE
    1998 Honda 300 2x4
    6" BPC LIft with some sick a-arms
    420 spindles and disk brakes
    29.5" OL2'S
    14" MSA M26 Vibes
     
    Upcoming
    4x4 Frame and Motor that's here now just got to get to work on the swap over!!!
    54% Gear Reduction
     
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