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Was looking into reasons why my chain snapped on my '01 Scrambler 500 and was checking out the rear axle and found more front to back play on the rear axle than I ever want to see again..... Got the axle out to check the bearings and I found that the right side (sprocket side) bearings were completely demolished, like there was nothing in there... I'm hoping this didn't destroy my rear carrier but since I have never once in my life replaced bearings I'm not sure really what I'm looking at (see pics below)... do I just need to replace the bearings/seals or is the rear carrier trashed? [ATTACH]1399[/ATTACH] [ATTACH]1400[/ATTACH] [ATTACH]1401[/ATTACH] [ATTACH]1402[/ATTACH]
New Swing Away Tire Carrier for the Yamaha Rhino. After years of manufacturing swing out spare tire carriers for full size trucks & SUV’s Wilco Automotive Products introduces the Rhino Swing-Away Spare Tire Carrier P/N SSR4040. This rugged carrier is built to the same high standards as the well known truck TireGates. The Rhino Swing-Away tire carrier not only meets the need of having a spare on board it also reinforces the lower frame and installs easily without any drilling. For more information see our website at http://www.tiregate.com/ or call (877) 945-2684 UTV Industry News - http://www.utvguide.net/ More...