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Mo Salem

2005 Polaris predator front hub replacement please help!!

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So my front hub broke, I’d like to put aftermarket on. Hard to find new oe ones. Please help. I’m new to all of this, I have some car knowledge and try to apply it

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Welcome to Quadcrazy @Mo Salem is it just the hub that broken ? It pretty simple and just a matter of pulling the caliper off and the main nut (castle nut) and the cotter pin.  

Heres a video on YouTube 

 

Hope this helps. 

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Hey bud, hope others on the forum can help out as I'm not familiar in this area yet.  Just wanted to ask how you like predators?  I was looking at maybe getting one or a scrambler.

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On 9/15/2019 at 9:56 AM, JacobSlabach said:

Hey bud, hope others on the forum can help out as I'm not familiar in this area yet.  Just wanted to ask how you like predators?  I was looking at maybe getting one or a scrambler.

I like it, it’s my first quad, my only complaint is there aren’t any upgraded aftermarket parts

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