HILLBILLY BRAKE for Honda Pioneer 1000 and Talon X/X4/R Parking Brake / Hill Brake.

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Parking / Hill brake for the Honda Pioneer or Honda Talon. This easily installed brake unit holds the vehicle brakes on when parking on a slope or incline to keep the vehicle weight from binding the transmission. Works great to help prevent movement while trailing your SxS or using a winch.  Add your own 5/16" shank padlock to deter theft while the vehicle is parked. Includes mounting hardware and a link to the installation instructions. The finish on all units is nickel plating (silver finish)

Available for the following (pick model)

  • Honda Pioneer 1000
  • Honda Talon 1000

 

Customer Reviews

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timothy kennedy

HILLBILLY BRAKE for Honda Pioneer 1000 and Talon X/X4/R Parking Brake / Hill Brake.

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Mark Roberts
Great product

Think this is a great product

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Tom Parola
Works better than expected

The install is very easy, but it could be a bit difficult for larger people since you have to get your body down in by the brake pedal. Total install took me 10 minutes, 5 of those minutes were getting tools and putting them away. The force to apply is significant, but the braking force is also very significant. I'm very happy with it.

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D.H.
This works like a charm.

I really like this for holding the brakes on steep hill, when trailering, and for locking in storage. With thick fingers I taped one of the nuts to the back of a finger tip to align the nut on the right side to get it started. Quick solid installation. no drilling at all. 5 stars.

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John MacDonald
Works great for winching too.

I had a hard time getting it bolted on cause I’m old, big, and fat. 70 years old 6’1” 220lbs. But I got it, I just couldn’t get my shoulders in there with arms extended. Get some one small and limber to help. Once it’s on, it works great, I can stand outside the buggy with the remote now for winching, and parking on hills is no longer a problem. Not much money and really worth it. I sat with my foot on the brake staring down the cable while I pulled a vitara out of a ditch and