1995-2007 Honda Trx350/400/450 Rancher Foreman Rear Hubs on 2040-parts.com
Salyersville, Kentucky, United States
Placement on Vehicle:Rear
Manufacturer Part Number:LH 42620-HN0-670/ RH 42610-HN0-670
What you're looking at is a OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) set of REAR HUBS that missing one lug stud, for many Honda atv models. Items are in perfect working condition and will interchange with the above referenced models ranging in years from (see list)
Honda TRX350 Rancher 2000-2006
Honda TRX400 Rancher 2004-2007
Honda TRX400 Foreman 1995-2003
Honda TRX450 Foreman 1998-2004
May fit other Honda ATV models BUT as always check with your local dealer if considering for any other model(s) than what you see listed in the headline. Thanks in advance for looking and have a great day.
NOTE: If bought and paid for before 2pm Eastern time MON-FRI items may ship sate day.
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