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Dexter in CO
Affordable upgraded adjustable axle for better stability while turning at higher speeds. I’m on my second Tusk axle, the sprocket hub is a little sloppy on fitment to sprocket I’ve tried multiple sprockets. Not the best fitment on C clip on rotor side if using stock C clip it needs a thicker C clip like the opposite side comes with from tusk (sprocket hub side) because the slot in the axle where the clip sits is cut for a thick C clip and it looks like the thin one barely holds the lock nut when tightened. Lastly there is slop in the hub splines I used brand new OEM hubs with this new axle to replace my old one and they rock back and forth more than just a little when it comes to play. If you have any motor work done to your quad like I do these factors add up and come into play, especially over time. I use the widest setting for the axle, so I did bend the last axle I had somehow while riding, but not as bad as the stock axle. My guess would be if you don’t go to the widest setting for the axle it will have much less leverage to bend it and be more durable ie. the stock with.Read All Reviews
Cody in IN
I have used a lot of tusk parts and generally I am happy with them. I bought this, made sure to grease it really well and took my time putting it in. First time I had the quad out was for the last local XC race of the season. I pulled a nice hole shot and lead the first 2 laps until i started hearing a weird noise and the rear end started getting loose. The bearings where absolutely trashed already. Rocky Mountain did send me a new carrier but still I'm not sure I would put it in my race quad.Read All Reviews