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Old 02-26-2011, 10:47 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Honda Valve Adjustment Procedures (Utility Models)

Make sure you adjust the valve clearance when the engine is completely cold. Also, make sure you adjust with the piston on TDC on the compression stroke and not TDC on the exhaust stroke. Just scroll down the page until you find your model.

'85-'87 Fourtrax 250 Valve Adjustment Procedures

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Recon 250 Valve Adjustment Procedures ('97-'01)

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Recon 250 Valve Adjustment Procedures ('02-'11)

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You only need two tools in life -- WD-40 and duct tape. If it doesn't move and should, use the WD-40. If it shouldn't move and does, use the duct tape.

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Fourtrax 300 Valve Adjustment Procedures (All Years)

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'86-'89 Fourtrax/Foreman 350 Valve Adjustment Procedures

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Rancher 350 Valve Adjustment Procedures (All Years)

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2007-2010 Rancher 420TM/TE/FM/FE Valve Adjustment Procedures

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Foreman 450 Valve Adjustment Procedures (All Years)

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Foreman 500 Valve Adjustment Procedures (All Years)

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Rubicon 500 Valve Adjustment Procedures (All Years)

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Rincon 650 & 680 Valve Adjustment Procedures (All Years)

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