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post #1 of 9 Old 09-14-2013, 04:52 AM Thread Starter
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Rear end vibration /shakes at high speeds on pavement.

Like the topic says. This was the first time I actually ran the quad on pavement. I just found it odd since my renegade doesn't shake at all on pavement.
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Welcome to the club! I'd check the right axle for play in the inboard joint...

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Hello and welcome to the forum, I would agree with M Quick check its inboard joints and some bushings that may need some replacement.
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How much play are we talking here? It moves but not much at all if any.
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knobbie tires tend to vibrate on pavement


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My renegade has zillas on it with no vibration. The xx has a set of RAZR. With sever vibration. I checked the lugs, tire pressure and all is good. When I ride I don't notice anything just on payment. Idk if it's something to worry about.
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How much play are we talking here? It moves but not much at all if any.
If it has play in it sitting still, imagine it at high speeds. How did you check the axle for play? If you grab the right axle and shake it, if there's any movement it's not good, imo. You can also jack rear off ground, and rock the rear tires in opposite directions. And look and see if the right axle near the brake rotor wobbles.

When my inboard joints started going out, I too noticed a vibration on the black top. Well not so much a vibration, but a up & down feeling in the rear end there was no noise...

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Thanks!! Is this a pretty common problem? What can I do to prevent this from happening again?
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Thanks!! Is this a pretty common problem? What can I do to prevent this from happening again?
As I recall tbird88, was the 1st to warn people of this issue. To prevent this you do what's called maintenance, that Honda chose to leave out of the owners manual! Anyway to prevent this, you need to remove the right axle from the rear carrier, and grease it.

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