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Question on Honda ATV part numbers . . . . 

Easier to quote an example:

'99 450 Foreman S . . . . Handlebar  53100-HNO-AO1 . . . . . $108.35

'04 450 Foreman S . . . . Handlebar  53100-HNO-670  . . . . . $76.86

Handlebars appear to be identical . . . I've seen both in a side by side comparison.

Are the last three digits in the part number an upgrade of an existing part, but still interchangeable ?

Any insight would be appreciated !

 

😊 Text is Honda Red . . . . 

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When Iook it up on Partzilla , it only shows one handle bar , this is the part number and pricing:

 

HANDLEBAR

53100-HN0-A01

by Honda

$116.51 7% OFF

$108.35

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I know a guy has a set of TRX450ES handle bars for $20 plus shipping 

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Thanks Fishfiles,

The shipping and tariffs to Canada are brutal.

I will remove mine and try to straighten them.

With all the Covid stuff going on . . . . lots of people out in the bush now.

Thank you,

MM

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I couldn't even find the handle bars on Rocky Mountain  , looks like they changed the site to me 

 

 

notice on the interchange list , the handle bar is only for the 1st gen 450s , the 2nd gen must be different or at least a different part number 

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i saw kind of the same on hondapartshouse 116.51 for 99

78.74 for the 04 is one chrome, and one black ? or ? 

 

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The red one is a 2002 TRX450FM , the green one is a 2000 TRX450S , both handle bars are black , both are a 6 inch rise , and both look like the same bars , I'd buy the $78 version 

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I'd bet they are interchangeable 100%. 

 

Kinda like the 07-11 420 cranks and the 12-up cranks were different part numbers, different prices, but were the exact same part.

 

I'd get used ones, or even better, get some 500 if you can find them. Might be a little longer and give you more leverage.

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1 hour ago, Macarena Man said:

Thanks Fishfiles,

The shipping and tariffs to Canada are brutal.

I will remove mine and try to straighten them.

With all the Covid stuff going on . . . . lots of people out in the bush now.

Thank you,

MM

 

we didnt ask why / how they got bent, hope nothing bad. 

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Came off the back of my Dodge . . . . only one ramp down.

Broke my wrist, cheekbone, and fractured the bone around my eye socket.

Cheek was punctured by a stick, bottom dog on my powersaw punctured me below the eye into my ear.

In G-bear country . . . . 

 

No more 'trick riding' for me . . . . all's good now.  Have a dimple like Brad Pitt !  😎

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24 minutes ago, _Wilson_™ said:

 

we didnt ask why / how they got bent, hope nothing bad. 

 

I remember the story well , I broke that bone under my eye socket , that bone is called an orbital , requirement suspension wires to repair  , flipped   on the three wheeler , along with the jaw , nose , cheekbone , etc 

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i recall that one, jaw wired shut ? as i recall vitamix blended chili along with chocolate malts ? 

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I vaguely remember that now that you mention it.  Old board days.

 

@basfnb and his brother are well known for breaking orbitals.  Three different times they've hit someone one time, broken the other guy's orbital.    Big mean SOB's they are.

 

 

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