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Modifying 400ex bolt Pattern

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Is there any way to modify the bolt pattern on the front hubs of a 400ex. I would like to get to a 4 x 110, 4 x120, or 4 x 130 pattern.

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adapter plates if you know a machinist you can make anything fit but you might be able to buy them good luck

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i know that you can get different bearings that will alow you to put the banshee hubs on the fron of the honda .. i have a friend that has them on his 400ex cause they are lighter than the honda hubs ... he uses his quad for drag racing ... i dont know the sizes of the bearings or if the year of the hubs matter but ive seen it done ...

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Is there any way to modify the bolt pattern on the front hubs of a 400ex. I would like to get to a 4 x 110, 4 x120, or 4 x 130 pattern.

Thanks

polaris hubbs will interchange and uses the same bearing belive it or not thats what i run on my 400.

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