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Darryl Traina

2007 Honda TRX 420 ES Rear Axle Repair/Replace

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This bike has a straight axle that is moving horizontally in the housing in both directions about 2 inches. Has anyone had the same issue if so what did it take to repair it?

Thanks..

Darryl

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Carrier bearing. We'd all know for sure if you take a pic or 2

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Don't forget about the jam nuts on either side that holds it in place. I have to go through the rear end in my 07 rancher 420. The bearings are shot.

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Bike is up at my hunting camp. Next trip up I'll bring it home and take pics. I have assumed the bearings are shot just not sure what else may be damaged.Thanks

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Its probably just the bearings. Those gear sets are pretty tough, even if its a little pitted its fine. Not like its in a car on the road w/ 300hp.

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