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ATV Axles

ATV axles. Are they all they’re cracked up to be? Yes. Will a damaged one really make a difference? Yes. Does Rocky Mountain ATV/MC have what you need? Yes.

The truth is… ATVs are highly sophisticated machines designed for speed, maneuvering, utility and all-around fun. And like any vehicle with four wheels, they’re designed to accept heavy loads. An axle that is straight and in proper working order will keep your machine moving forward as efficiently as possible. But if not – well, you’re going to run into problems. So if your axle is bent, damaged or simply worn out, don’t wait around for it to start giving you grief. Get it replaced pronto.

Need to know where you get a new one for your quad? Right here! But you’ll find much more on this page. Aside from axles, you’ll also be able to pick up axle tools. If you’ve ever replaced one before (or simply talked to someone who has), you know that removing those nuts and bearings is no easy task. That is, it’s no easy task unless you’re equipped with the right tools for the job. They’ll save you plenty of time (and probably a few choice words as well).

And speaking of bearings, why not replace them while you’re taking care of your axle problem? We’ve got several great choices. And since we always offer our products at the lowest prices, it’s a great time to pick up a few extra parts like rear axle bearings. Not quite enough for you? Pick up a new bearing housing as well.

If it’s extra width that you’re after, you simply can’t go wrong with an adjustable-width axle. There’s not a better way to extend your existing wheels out a little bit. But that isn’t the only solution we have on hand. We’ve also got a great selection of wheel spacers – nothing’s easier when it comes to adding an inch or two to each side of your ATV. If that’s not a good fit, you might want to consider extended rear wheel hubs.

So if you’re after axles or their associated tools and bearings, you’ve come to the right place: Rocky Mountain ATV/MC. Click one of the options above to take a peek at what enhancements are in store for your ATV.

Latest Axles Reviews – You could win up to $500 for reviewing products!

  • Tusk Extended Rear Wheel Hubs

    Ahren in WI

    Tusk hubs

    great hubs, I run them on a few different Honda sport ATC's , 200x's, 81-84 250R's, trail and on track racing, they have held up great, retorque after the first ride and they are good to go.

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  • Tusk Adjustable Width Racing Axle

    Craig in LA

    Great product

    Great product! Plus life time warranty. Cant go wrong

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  • All Balls CV Boot Kit

    Hunter in AZ

    Get ones with better bands.

    The boots themselves are great exactly what you expect. These style bands however are junk. Had to order different bands. With this issue I would have rather paid a little more for a different brand that comes with heavy duty bands.

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  • Tusk Stock Replacement CV Axle

    Edward in TN

    2 Differences from OEM axle with this Tusk Axle

    Good product for the money. There are a few things you need to be aware of though. 1. What you receive is not the same as what is pictured in the sales add, the rubber boots are different. 1. The rubber CV Joint boots are not the same as the Yamaha OEM on a 2016-2018 Wolverine Rspec. The Yamaha OEM rubber boots have 6 pleats/folds in the boots and this Tusk axle only has 3 pleats/folds in the rubber boot and the OEM rubber is a harder material. The rubber material does not look like it will be as puncture resistant as the OEM. 2. The axle nut that comes on this Tusk axle is not the same as the Yamaha OEM axle nut. The Yamaha OEM axle nut on all 4 axles takes a 31 mm socket. The axle nut on this Tusk axle takes a 35mm sockets, so be prepared to reuse your old OEM axle nut, unless you want 1 on your axle nuts to be different.

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  • Tusk HD CV Axle

    david in NY

    Good quality, low cost

    Not the best you can buy but the quality is not bad at all

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  • All Balls 8 Ball Extreme Duty Axle

    Shane in TX

    8 Ball axles

    The 8 ball axles are the best design axles I've seen with stronger bearings and more articulating action saves axles and diffs as well other components that may be affected by full extension of the suspension..

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