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  1. That could be it! Not positive though. Its been a looooong time since those non-fitments were recorded. I'm sure it could be made to work pretty easily. Its a very basic conversion.
  2. Yep, good point on the wheel fitment. Here's the official fitment chart for the REAR brake kit. Fitment: Honda 4x4 Utility ATV's with a 12" or larger wheel and rear drum brakes Does NOT Fit: Models with drum brakes on swing arm 2x4 Models 2014+ 420 Models 2014+ 500 Models Here's the front hydraulic kit. Front Disc Brake Kit Fitment: Honda Foreman 400 4x4 : All Years Honda Foreman 450 4x4 : All Years Honda Rancher 350 4x4 : All Years Honda Rubicon 500 4x4 : All Years Honda Rincon 650 4x4 : All Years Honda Fourtrax 300 4x4 : 1992-1999 NOTE: Can be used on 12" steel wheel or larger If you have OEM aluminum wheels this kit will NOT wor
  3. Ouch! Yeah....the drum has to be out by the wheel. Not the swingarm.
  4. The rear kit will include everything you need. Here's a link to the instructions. The first two pages show all the contents. Instructions and Contents Its a nice kit. The front kit is hydraulic, so its really really nice and has instant stopping power. The front and rear conversion combo is where its at.
  5. I can get you a little discount if you decide to go with our conversion kit. I don't check in here every day, but if you shoot me a PM I'll catch it soon and shoot you the forum member discount code.
  6. That's for sure. I'll start sending people over here when I'm asked.
  7. I'm here! Lol! Sorry guys, I completely forgot about this forum. I still frequent the "other" one, but this one slipped my mind. I'll try to check in here more often.
  8. Sorry buddy. I completely forgot about this forum. I still frequent the "other" one, but this one slipped my mind. I'll try to check in more often.
  9. Hey man! I already sent you this in a PM, but found this and figured I'd post here to for anyone else that may be looking. Unfortunately, the portals just aren't going to work on your Ranger. We don't have any kind of bolt on kit for it. There's no way to mount it up, and I think they have different outer splines than the Pio axles, so they won't work with the gears in the box. Now....I've seem some crazy dudes do some wild fab work and make them work....but you'd basically be starting from scratch to make the fit and work on there. Sorry man.
  10. Thanks guys, and thanks @Fishfiles for the heads up on the new forum and @toodeep and @retro for the help! Nice place y'all have here! 😉
  11. I'd love to see it! I know a kid that fabbed up our 6" Outlander lift kit to work on his 450, on top of our 6" portals. It was nuts!!
  12. Still on the list man! We did about 700 products last year and we're shooting for 900 this year, so hopefully it makes it up the list.
  13. Well dang, @toodeep Tried to post a pic, and I guess i don't have enough posts yet. But yeah....its a beast. https://scontent-ort2-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/83020021_3389254227769179_1704993869235486720_o.jpg?_nc_cat=101&_nc_ohc=bYj9DPcJbtkAX8ALFoS&_nc_ht=scontent-ort2-1.xx&oh=462d68589d882346f6430356b9a54f61&oe=5F02CF86
  14. Dude.......that thing is a MONSTER!!
  15. Yes sir! I hope to bring some good muddy stories and pics this way!
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