Honda Trail 90


Mr. E.R.“Bud” Varney of Platte, South Dakota, keeps bees.“It’s busy work,” says Bud, “and the hives are spread out all over the place. My Honda trail 90 makes scouting locations easy. Gets me places my truck can’t go.” Farmers, ranchers, sportsmen and beekeepers find there is no substi­tute for the rugged Trail 90. No wonder Honda is the largest selling trail machine in the country. For further information write: Department FR, American Honda Motor Co., Inc., 100 West Alondra Blvd., Gardena, California

Engine: OHV, single-cylinder, air-cooled, 4-stroke
Gear Ratio: 46 to 1 (specifically designed trail and road gearing)
Climbing Ability: 50° slope or more
Gasoline Capacity: 1.7 gallon total – 0.4 gallon reserve
Load Capacity: 450 lbs
Brakes: Dual-control front, foot-control rear
Shock Absorbers: Hydraulicaily dampened front and rear
Tires: Rugged “knobby” type for extra traction
Frame: “Step-through” design for easy mounting
Clutch: Automatic multiplate wet type
Muffler: USDA Forest Service-approved spark arrester

Source: FFA National Future Farmer
Issue: 135
Page: 36
Date: June – July 1965

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