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Yeah, that's a sharp ride!!
 

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Looks like your missing something... Your plastic needs some scratches and scuffs, you know, gives them character. She looks sweet tho, mine used to look like that.
 

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Looks like your missing something... Your plastic needs some scratches and scuffs, you know, gives them character. She looks sweet tho, mine used to look like that.
I plan on going to get some mud on the tires on Memorial Day weekend at Mud Creek in Jacksonville Texas. My wife has a green '09 Rincon with different wheels but the same tires.

We call them Billy and Betty Badass. :D
 

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For a set of husband and wife Rincons, that sounds very appropriate.
 

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That looks great!!!
 

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Sweet looking quad man!
 

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looks good!! im guessing you need a little more aggressive mud tire? ive always liked those bighorns, they look cool, but I went with a mud lite. wanted the bigger lugs. congrats on the new quad!
 

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you said mud on the tires, my bad:blush: i thought to myself, dang those tires look brand new why would he get new mud tires......sorry
 

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Can someone help me out here. I just purchased a '04 Fourtrax 400 and it looks identical to this bike. Whats the difference between the Foreman, Rancher and Rincon? What bike do I have? This is the first Honda I've owned, previous bike was a Arctic Cat 400 Auto.
 

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Can someone help me out here. I just purchased a '04 Fourtrax 400 and it looks identical to this bike. Whats the difference between the Foreman, Rancher and Rincon? What bike do I have? This is the first Honda I've owned, previous bike was a Arctic Cat 400 Auto.
Welcome to the forums. Is yours an auto? Yours is probably a Rancher 400 AT, because that is the only 400 utility 4-wheelers that I know of that was made in that year. If it is a Canadian model, it is a Rancher. The Canadian model Ranchers are labeled Fourtrax. They're the same thing.

The only Foremans that were made in that year were the 450 and the 500 Foreman Rubicon. The only Rincon model made in that year was the 650 Rincon.
 

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Can someone help me out here. I just purchased a '04 Fourtrax 400 and it looks identical to this bike. Whats the difference between the Foreman, Rancher and Rincon? What bike do I have? This is the first Honda I've owned, previous bike was a Arctic Cat 400 Auto.
Welcome to the forums. Is yours an auto? Yours is probably a Rancher 400 AT, because that is the only 400 utility 4-wheelers that I know of that was made in that year. If it is a Canadian model, it is a Rancher. The Canadian model Ranchers are labeled Fourtrax. They're the same thing.

The only Foremans that were made in that year were the 450 and the 500 Foreman Rubicon. The only Rincon model made in that year was the 650 Rincon.
Thanks for the welcome.

Yep, it's a Canadian model Auto 400 with GPS. So it's the same a a US Rancher? Good to know. I need a few things for it and most of the parts I need will be purchased in the US. The bike came with a 2" lift and 26" Swamplites but the guy got the wrong offset rear rims and tried to fix it by using stud extenders. I need to find either spacers or will probably buy new rims. He also added a 2" suspension lift which I'm thinking of removing. The rear lift moves the rear tire close to the plastic and the front CV's are running at a pretty good angle.

Sorry Chadster1 for hijacking the thread.
 

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Can someone help me out here. I just purchased a '04 Fourtrax 400 and it looks identical to this bike. Whats the difference between the Foreman, Rancher and Rincon? What bike do I have? This is the first Honda I've owned, previous bike was a Arctic Cat 400 Auto.
Welcome to the forums. Is yours an auto? Yours is probably a Rancher 400 AT, because that is the only 400 utility 4-wheelers that I know of that was made in that year. If it is a Canadian model, it is a Rancher. The Canadian model Ranchers are labeled Fourtrax. They're the same thing.

The only Foremans that were made in that year were the 450 and the 500 Foreman Rubicon. The only Rincon model made in that year was the 650 Rincon.
Thanks for the welcome.

Yep, it's a Canadian model Auto 400 with GPS. So it's the same a a US Rancher? Good to know. I need a few things for it and most of the parts I need will be purchased in the US. The bike came with a 2" lift and 26" Swamplites but the guy got the wrong offset rear rims and tried to fix it by using stud extenders. I need to find either spacers or will probably buy new rims. He also added a 2" suspension lift which I'm thinking of removing. The rear lift moves the rear tire close to the plastic and the front CV's are running at a pretty good angle.

Sorry Chadster1 for hijacking the thread.
No apologies necessary. You needed to use the pic of mine as a reference.
 
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