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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 09-04-2019, 11:55 AM Thread Starter
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Part Identification and Number Please?

Honda TRX 650F A Four Trax Rincon ATV - 2004 model.

Hi, this is my first post even though I read some threads this is the first time I really could use your help.

I'm a Brit living in Bulgaria and I cannot find the name or part number for the two 'bits' I am trying to show in the attached photographs. If I don't get the right name and Part Number then Honda Bulgaria won't be able to order them for me. I have looked myself on Parts Manuals, but I cannot be sure if I got the right part(s) two as they're a pair. Are they classed as a part of the suspension system or something else? I need to change them both as the left side has become detached as I guess the bushes have perished. Do I need to change the complete 'arms' or can I just replace the Bushes? Thank you in advance for any assistance you may be able to offer. If the pictures don't show clearly what I am pointing at with the yellow stick, I'll try to get better, but it is hard to get in there close up with a camera or smart phone.
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Look on the "Stabilizer" fiche I sent on your other post.

1BUSH, RR. STABILIZER 52307-HN8-003 $4.91 Qty. 4
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Is she ever rusty.... I'd take a look around at other rubbers, like the seals on your wheels, ball joint and tie rod ends, for the cracking, that rubber on your stabilizer is very dry. With boots, you can buy a small needle type fitting for the end of your grease gun, and all should get some new life giving grease....

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https://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/g...w.ds#store=289
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Look on the "Stabilizer" fiche I sent on your other post.

1BUSH, RR. STABILIZER 52307-HN8-003 $4.91 Qty. 4
So they are STABILISERS? Why do they come under a separate category in the Parts Catalogue. My non-Mechanic logic would have lumped everything in under suspension or frame and probably why I couldn't identify them previously. Thank you for the heads up.
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Is she ever rusty.... I'd take a look around at other rubbers, like the seals on your wheels, ball joint and tie rod ends, for the cracking, that rubber on your stabilizer is very dry. With boots, you can buy a small needle type fitting for the end of your grease gun, and all should get some new life giving grease....

Example.

https://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/g...w.ds#store=289
Thanks for that tip. I don't know what else I can do underneath there to treat rust and you're right, there is a lot of it, winter time is the only chance I might get to any serious clean up as long as I can find away to raise the ATV off the ground and work underneath.
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Sorry, another question - what kind of grease is suitable or recommended?
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The part you are replacing is the stabilizer link. There are only 2, one on each end of the bar. Regreasing is not really important, as the part does not rotate much. I replaced one of mine years ago, due to a branch flipping up and cutting a rubber boot on one end. The link is aluminum and should not rust. The internal ball ends are steel, but the boots should keep them nice and dry.
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For working on your Rincon, turn the fuel off, plug the vent on the tank cap so gas wont run out. Have a buddy help if your not able to do it by yourself, and raise the front end straight up, your Rincon will sit perfectly stable vertical via the rear rack. Use a rope for safety and tie it from the front top rack to a rafter in your barn/garage while you work on it. You can do almost everything sitting or standing instead of on your back!

Grease on any moving suspension part is good.
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Sorry, another question - what kind of grease is suitable or recommended?
Any marine/waterproof bearing grease will be fine.
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Thank you for the response and replies. I'm just wondering, if/when I change this pair of parts, LINK, RR. STABILIZER 52320-HN8-003 would you guys suggest changing the other parts/bushes at the same time or, do it as required? The part number listed are a straight swap I take it?

Honda TRX 650F A Four Trax Rincon - 2004 Model from the UK into Bulgaria.
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