Loose Wheel hub caused an kind of stripped spline on rear axle - Yamaha Raptor Forum
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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 01-07-2017, 11:47 AM Thread Starter
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Loose Wheel hub caused an kind of stripped spline on rear axle

Hi dear friends,

I`m yacob from Holland and I have a Raptor 660R 2004.
My wheelhub came loose and I noticed it a bit late.
I have ordered a new wheel hub ( Also called in the parts catalogue of Yamaha Collar wheel).
When I wanted to install the new wheelhub I saw that the splines on the rear axle wheel were stripped.
Are their any solutions for this problem without buying a new Axle.
Parts in Holland are 3times more expensive than in the USA. So that`s why I don`t want actually buy a new axle.
Thanks a lot guys in advance for helping me.
And I`m sorry if the question is already answerred. I have tried already to find a topic related to my question.
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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 01-07-2017, 11:50 AM
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If you can get a decent bite on the splines and the hub sits true....weld it.

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post #3 of 11 (permalink) Old 01-07-2017, 11:52 AM Thread Starter
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Hi Rubyrw,

Thank you for your fast reply. Doesn`t matter further which kind of weld I have to use?

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How fast do you ride? If you value your life, get a new axle!


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Hi dear friends,

I`m yacob from Holland and I have a Raptor 660R 2004.
My wheelhub came loose and I noticed it a bit late.
I have ordered a new wheel hub ( Also called in the parts catalogue of Yamaha Collar wheel).
When I wanted to install the new wheelhub I saw that the splines on the rear axle wheel were stripped.
Are their any solutions for this problem without buying a new Axle.
Parts in Holland are 3times more expensive than in the USA. So that`s why I don`t want actually buy a new axle.
Thanks a lot guys in advance for helping me.
And I`m sorry if the question is already answerred. I have tried already to find a topic related to my question.
Weld it for now, Ill bring you a new axle in the spring when I visit Holland but it will cost you a few bucks
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Hi Willykiller,


Thank you for the tip! Are theire also another solutions or is welding it the only solution.
I will be very thankful for that You will visit Amsterdam in Holland.
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Hi Dezperado,

You` ve right but they are in Holland quite expensive
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I Drive on the street (On-road) in a village. So I think I will not drive harder than 60mph. Aproxx daily about 40mph (80km/h)
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Hi Willykiller,


Thank you for the tip! Are theire also another solutions or is welding it the only solution.
I will be very thankful for that You will visit Amsterdam in Holland.
Use green lock tight that is made for sleeve retainer. Put it on the splines, and assemble. Let it sit and fully cure before you ride it.

Using only one new splined part on an older worn spline it will wear out the newer splined part. Both sets of parts should be replaced at the same time if they are shot.

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post #10 of 11 (permalink) Old 01-10-2017, 03:25 PM Thread Starter
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At the moment I have only new wheel hubs. The splines on the axle are stripped out. So you mean that when I have also a new axle I have to use green Loctite
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