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post #41 of 45 Old 03-28-2018, 09:38 AM Thread Starter
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Mine just started clicking on the right rear too. Did you guys just keep riding anyway? I'm about to go to Moab in a few weeks. What parts would I need if I decided to try and fix it?

Hard to find a ton of info, should've know better than to buy a discontinued machine. Sucks
I think youíll be fine to keep riding it. I left mine with the clicking noise and nothing bad happened there. Iím gonna try changing out the wheel hub bearing to see if that solves the issue.
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I ripped a boot open on my 2nd ride when I got mine, no idea how. if you catch it early, you just need to repack and replace the boot. A honda boot kit includes both boots for a side. If you let it go then you may need to replace some other stuff too. You will have to get it apart to see.

It is PITA to change the left (from the riders position) axle or boots because the right has to come off first. You need a 46mm socket for the center hub. You can get it Northern tools or a place like that along with a 3/4 drive adapter. Pay a few dollars for the socket, do not try the hard way. You also want some extra hands when you put the stainless clamps on the new boots. You have to stretch and bend these as you clamp down.
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Couldn't even separate the axles to get to the 46mm nut for the hub
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Well I'll try and clean and grease it 1st. The boot looks ok but maybe dirt got in there somehow or it's just really dry.
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your thinking that if they still made them yours would not ware out

Yea good point, guess that doesn't make sense. It's worth fixing for sure this thing is fun to ride.
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