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post #1 of 15 Old 01-02-2013, 04:55 PM Thread Starter
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Axle removal

I cant seem to get the right axle out of the middle hub. Its loose like crazy and it slips. Even with the manual it says to pry on it with a flat blade screw driver. No luck even with a 4` tire iron. Any ideas would be a great help.
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have you tried removing the entire rear assembly for better access? did the otherside come off that way? GL

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The problem is that u need to get that right axle off before the rest of the assembly can be removed. There is a big nut behind that axle.
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ouch that S*Ks. sorry Im not at mine to look directly at that.

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Well I have the manual. No real help there. Trying to find someone that has had this problem before but it seems I am alone on this one.
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Pulled mine same problem seemed to be loose but would not come out used a 1/2 wood chisel to pop it free free there is a snap ring on the inside holding it in
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I seem to think another member had the same problem and snapped the shaft. There's a post somewhere on here but can't find it. It had pics also.

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i have had the same prob and honda warrantied mine there is no grease fittings so you need to take them out and grease them every 6 months and dont spray real hard in that area with a pressure washer either, my o ring on the end of axle or circlip i mean and it worked its way in towards the main rear housing and gouged the aluminum housing or rear cluster the spines was real rusted and helped freeze it in there the mechanic said it was bioch to get out, but honda warrantied it because the circlip came off and worked its way inward toward the middle of rear housing the also replaced the bearings the right side gets hotter than the left side because of the brake use heatin that side more and may be the exhaust the exhaust keeps the right rear shock hotter too which fades quiker


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I have never had to pull the axles on the xx but I have run into stubborn cv shafts on other things (worst being rzr front diff) I have found that spraying the splines with penetrating oil then pull the axle sort of like a slide hammer a couple of times rotate it partially then give it another couple of tugs. Repeate this process untill the snap ring falls down in the center and the axle will come out. It's all about getting the snap ring free 360 degrees so it can get centered up.

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The only reason I pulled mine was to grease them because the trouble others had
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