What Are the Honda 350 FourTrax Specifications?by Martin Woodfield Updated October 18, 2017
Developed and manufactured by Honda, the FourTrax Rancher 350 is a heavy-duty utility quad bike, designed for rough, rugged terrain. Unlike other quad bikes that focus on speed handling, the FourTrax Rancher 350 was made to pass over uneven terrain and traverse steep inclines. The FourTrax Rancher 350 was first introduced in 2000 and saw its final production with the 2006 model.
Weight and Dimensions
The 350 has a dry weight of 496 lbs., with a length, height and width of 79.96 inches, 48 inches and 43.86 inches, respectively. The 350 also has a ground clearance of 7.32 inches and a wheelbase of 49 inches.
Engine and Transmission
Powering the 350 is a 329 cc, air-cooled dry sump longitudinal OHV four-stroke single-cylinder engine. The transmission is a five forward, one reverse, auto clutch with manual shift and direct rear drive shaft.
Suspension, Brakes and Tires
The front of the 350 has independent, double-wishbone, 5.9 inch travel suspension, twin leading shoe, triple-sealed hydraulic drum brakes and 24 inch by 8 inch by 12 inch tires. The rear of the bike has swingarm suspension with single shock and 5.9 inches of travel, sealed mechanical drum brakes and 25 inch by 11 inch by 10 inch tires.
Working out of the Pacific Northwest, Martin Woodfield has been writing professionally since 2000. Woodfield regularly covers health, politics and social issues. His work has appeared in "Mad Magazine" and "McSweeneys." He is a featured contributor for StudiousBison. Woodfield has a Bachelor of Arts in film studies from the University of California, Santa Barbara.