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i wonder if the owner baught big red stickers for a honda 3 wheeler..and put them on that 300 tank ?..only thing i can think of.
I doubt it, because Rfear and Submarine both, posted a picture of one and they both have the same sticker. Maybe it's a regional thing or something. Like some of the Canadian model ATVs are different than some of the US models, on some of the newer ATVs, anyway.

Most 4-wheeler problems are caused by a loose nut connecting the handlebars and the seat!!

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i wonder if the owner baught big red stickers for a honda 3 wheeler..and put them on that 300 tank ?..only thing i can think of.
I doubt it, because Rfear and Submarine both, posted a picture of one and they both have the same sticker. Maybe it's a regional thing or something. Like some of the Canadian model ATVs are different than some of the US models, on some of the newer ATVs, anyway.
yeah..i never thought of that..it must be..because i've never seen any around here..not that i've worked on anyway.
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i wonder if the owner baught big red stickers for a honda 3 wheeler..and put them on that 300 tank ?..only thing i can think of.
I doubt it, because Rfear and Submarine both, posted a picture of one and they both have the same sticker. Maybe it's a regional thing or something. Like some of the Canadian model ATVs are different than some of the US models, on some of the newer ATVs, anyway.
yeah..i never thought of that..it must be..because i've never seen any around here..not that i've worked on anyway.
That's the only logical answer I can come up with. I don't know if it's the right answer or not.

Most 4-wheeler problems are caused by a loose nut connecting the handlebars and the seat!!

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I doubt it, because Rfear and Submarine both, posted a picture of one and they both have the same sticker. Maybe it's a regional thing or something. Like some of the Canadian model ATVs are different than some of the US models, on some of the newer ATVs, anyway.
yeah..i never thought of that..it must be..because i've never seen any around here..not that i've worked on anyway.
That's the only logical answer I can come up with. I don't know if it's the right answer or not.
best guess i've seen yet !..lol
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These are some actual pictures of the beasty.

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It is a UK model by the way. Had a crawl over it today but couldn't see any markings to differentiate it between a 300 or 350. It was sold as a 350.

Found this website that looked interesting, but they don't export,

H138827 - Muffler, ATV Parts For Honda
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These are some actual pictures of the beasty.

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It is a UK model by the way. Had a crawl over it today but couldn't see any markings to differentiate it between a 300 or 350. It was sold as a 350.

Found this website that looked interesting, but they don't export,

H138827 - Muffler, ATV Parts For Honda
That would explain the Big Red sticker. I still believe it's a 300, because Honda didn't put the 350 in that frame, unless they did it on the UK models. It should tell what size it is somewhere on the side of the cylinder jug.

Most 4-wheeler problems are caused by a loose nut connecting the handlebars and the seat!!

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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