Did you rip a little too hard and damage the front propeller shaft on your Honda Talon? Have you blown a prop shaft o-ring or busted a boot flange on your Talon’s Cardan shaft? Whatever the case may be, if the prop shaft connecting the gearbox of your Honda Talon to its rear differential is broken, cracked, or otherwise damaged, Everything Honda Offroad is here with a solution. Not only do we have replacement Honda Talon prop shafts, but we also offer aftermarket prop shafts that are designed and manufactured to suit specific driving styles and terrain conditions. Riders who run massive tires, for example, put added stress on the machine — and the Honda Talon prop shaft in particular. The clutches on the Honda Talon have safety mechanisms (such as limp mode, clutch temp warnings, etc.) to protect them from overexertion. The prop shafts, however, do not. For this reason, many mudders, racers, and dune drivers like to proactively upgrade their Honda Talon prop shafts to avoid potential issues in the future.
Whether it’s an issue with your Honda Talon’s prop-shaft joint, or a bad front boot on the rear propeller shaft, Everything Honda Offroad has the prop shaft parts and components to fix any Honda Talon prop shaft problem. We have prop shaft components and hardware to repair minor issues, as well as complete Honda Talon propeller shaft assemblies to replace the entire prop shaft setup on your Honda side-by-side. Be it a Honda Talon propeller shaft spring, a Honda Talon propeller shaft guard, or any number of prop shaft parts / components, if you’re looking to fix the prop shaft on your Honda Talon, Everything Honda Offroad is the one-stop-shop with all the quick fixes and long-term solutions. Don’t waste time with inferior prop-shaft components from sub-par UTV parts providers and get it right the first time with Everything Honda Offroad!
Are you hearing a Honda Talon front drive shaft noise? Do you need some assistance with your Honda Talon drive shaft removal? Irrespective of your blight, in addition to selling Honda Talon prop shafts here at Everything Honda Offroad, we also have Honda Talon drive shafts! Although it’s hard to do, it is possible to bend a Honda Talon drive shaft. This is a phenomenon that’s more common with other UTV brands, but if it happens to you in your Honda Talon X or Honda Talon R, we’ve got just the thing for you! Our Honda Talon front drive shafts and Honda Talon rear drive shafts are sure to please. Or if you need a new U-joint that connects to the Honda Talon drive shaft, we have those as well! Don’t gripe and suffer when Honda Talon prop shaft issues have got you down and take action with the help of Everything Honda Offroad!
Pre-2019 Honda Talons are known to have bad bearing cap retainer clips on the front drive shaft. If this has been an issue for you, you might be able to get a whole Honda Talon drive shaft for free if your bike is still under warranty. But if you want to save yourself from having to do a full breakdown, getting some good aftermarket U-joints is a smart thing to do. Many riders go with Moog 338 U-joints for their Talons. However, the Moog 338 only fits in one side with the grease fitting being in the center. What you need is the Moog 838 that has a grease fitting on the cap instead of the center -- the same as the Polaris Ranger 500. Luckily, we’ve got all that and more here at Everything Honda Offroad!
Don’t let Honda or your local Honda dealer convince you that the only way of fixing a Honda Talon U-joint is to swap out the whole prop shaft assembly. And if all you need are U-joint seals, then you definitely don’t need a completely new propeller shaft. Saving money on prop shaft related repairs is easy to do -- especially when Everything Honda Offroad is at your side. And because we can walk you through the U-joint installation process, you won’t have to worry about doing it correctly yourself. Although you might be down, you’re never out when Everything Honda Offroad is in your corner!
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