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WTB 424 select shaft for 1998 Honda 300 Foretrax


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New guy here. Thanks for the add. I know this is a longshot but I’m looking to see if someone has a used or possibly even new Warn/Wide Open 424 select shaft for a 98 Honda 300 Fourtrax. Or, maybe point me in a direction to locate one. Thank you in advance. 

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I'm not sure what part it is you are after Cage. If you looked the part up online and got the part number it would probably help.

Also, if you look it up, the site you use might tell you what other models and years the part fits. The other model might use a different part number, but if your part fits the other bike, then the other bike's part will fit yours, perhaps with the use of some other parts, such as the shift lever, or a spring, or a bush... something like that.. or, the other part may fit straight in, it might just be the superseded number   Just because they use different part numbers does not mean the part won't fit.

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