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post #1 of 5 Old 12-23-2013, 10:43 PM Thread Starter
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How to maintain axels???

I've had my xx for a few months and it's been great. I've done a few oil changes but I haven't touched the rear end. Should I be maintaining my axels? Greasing cv joints? I've never owned a irs machine.

On a side note is there a 10" rim that will keep me under 49". It needs to fit in the bed of my ridgeline (love Hondas)
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you should grease the splines on the inner axles. you shouldnt have to grease the cv bearings unless you tear a boot and sling all the grease out.


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on the 10" you can try you front's and see how the fit. But idt there's a 10x7 that will keep up under 49". I've see some XC rider use 10x8 tires on all 4 corners.

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Thanks guys. I might just go with Kenda's on stock rims.

Does anyone have a diy on the axel removal so I can grease the splines. I know the previous owned liked the mud so I'm sure they were submerged. I'd like to do this asap
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Download the manual it is in there. Their are a few threads on this also. So guys have had bad luck with this axles have broken. If you get them early you will be okay.
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