NOTE: Axles are sold individually.
Applicability: 2006-18 Can-Am Outlander (See options above)
Are you grinding while cornering? Maybe you've been binding axles like nobody's business. In either case, it's a sure sign that your OEM axles are not living up to your standards, and it's time for an upgrade. We know, we know. Choosing a new ATV axle can be a royal pain in the you-know-what, but it doesn't have to be. Especially when you get your goods from Side By Side Stuff. We do our research and relay it back so you can find the perfect aftermarket driveline part to meet your offroad demands. If you're binding and grinding bunches, we suggest going with something that has more grit in the build, like the Outlander Heavy Duty Stock Length Axle by High Lifter.
This quad-axle is like a stock option on steroids. The unit has reliable factory measurements according to your machine application with high-grade construction and cutting-edge engineering techniques. Everything is bigger and better, from the 20-percent increase in shaft diameter to the 15-percent increase in the CV joints. You can't deny the sheer durability of a heat-treated, precision-machined Chromoly steel build. The abrasion and tear-resistant TPEE boot are packed with moly to reduce heat and sustain climate tolerance. With a high-angle up to 40-degrees, this Outlander axle is the driveline part of every rough rider's dream.Features:
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- Made with Chromoly steel
- 20% increase in axle diameter
- 15% increase in CV joint size
- Double plunging axle with high angle up to 40 degrees
- Internal CV joint components are precision machined and have induction heat treated bearing, CV Cage and Races to reduce friction and increase CV joint strength and durability.
- Molybdenum grease used
- Durable TPEE CV joint boots resistant to tearing and abrasion. TPEE provides outstanding strength, stiffness and overall durability.
This product can expose you to chemicals including Titanium Dioxide, which is known in the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects, or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov