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Old 01-17-2006, 10:58 PM
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Default Honda TRX 90 Dual A Arm conversion

We have designed a bracket to retro fit stock 300ex front a arms and disc brakes to your Honda TRX 90 with 14 inch shocks It works great ! You can get all the 300ex a arms, brakes, spindles, and hubs on ebay for a little of nothing and the bracket to make all this work will be very resonable compared to most front suspesion mod kits for the TRX 90 .My Daughter raced this past season with on of these front ends on her quad and it works very well . We have worked out all the bugs and I belive it is ready to share with everyone else . This suspension has about 8.5 in of travel and is totaly bolt on (ATVA national legal)we also have designed a rear swing arm that uses a CR80 rear shock and uses your stock rear carrier .For info or to see pictures email me at thesellers@ev1.net or call at 281-435-7031 ask for Dick (click on the attachment at the top of the post to see picture)
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Old 01-17-2006, 11:05 PM
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here is another picture of the rear swing arm ( click on attachmentat the top to see picture)
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Looks great. Love the modifications you did to it.

Only small improvement to the swing arm is the install of a Spring Loaded chain tensioner. We installed one our '03 Pred-90. Surf: http://community.webshots.com/photo/...52910875BtnOYR One of the best upgrades we've done to our mini's swing arm.

Note: Spring loaded chain tensioner reduces the risk of its chain jumping (comping off) and reduces chain / sprocket wear. Also reduces "chain slack" hitting other parts within the swing arm area. Spring loaded chain tensioners work great. They are now included in the '04 + Pred-90 brands. And many racing folks are installing them on other brands as well. Such as E-Ton 90s, Dinlis, etc.

Other then this improvement suggestion, your modifictions look great. Excellent work!!!!

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Default Re: Honda TRX 90 Dual A Arm conversion

Thanks and thanks for the tip . The swing arm in the picture is one of the first ones we did and we have never lost the chain but the new ones we are building have a banshee/blaster chain slider on them . I will have to check into the spring roller to see if they are cheaper than the chainslide we use .
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