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If you aren't getting any noise from the CV's and no torn boots I would not replace them, if you do, I would go with OEM. While I have had good luck with the Chinese sixity axles along with the east lake axle offerings. I have had 2 comebacks on them.


If all checks out I would keep running the stock CV's.
 

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If you aren't getting any noise from the CV's and no torn boots I would not replace them, if you do, I would go with OEM. While I have had good luck with the Chinese sixity axles along with the east lake axle offerings. I have had 2 comebacks on them.





If all checks out I would keep running the stock CV's.
My stock cv's aren't like normal CV axles. The end is like an x not a ball. I've been wanting to change them forever but never took the time to do it.

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Manny I believe you were the one who suggested I look into East Lake Axles. I bought them about 1-2 years ago and they work great. Haven't had a problem with them and I use this bike purely for work. Never any easy goings for it. Thought I'd mention it and also say thanks for the suggestion :)
 

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The axles I had issues with were sixity. granted these were both on RZR's where the rake is a lot worse and demand a lot more out of a CV then a typical honda atv. but still, I have had 2 failures with them.

That's a heavy duty looking CV you have!
 
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