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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 12-20-2017, 09:53 PM Thread Starter
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Christmas gift : hex auto parts ATV axles ??

My boy friend has a 2012 Rhino 700 4x4. He really likes riding ATV.In my eyes,he is the best rider.
One rear axle of his ATV has been broken suddenly yesterday....Bad.....Thank God,nobody got hurt.
Xmas is coming up soon,I want to give him a surprise and send him a replacement axle as a gift.
Just noticed many stores are on pre-Christmas sales.
Most reviews of hexautoparts.com stated " arrive on time " "good price " etc ,but noting about the longevity and durability . Anyone has ever used those axles ? Is it SAFE?
What do y'all think or any positive/negative experiences?
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 12-21-2017, 04:01 AM
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That's a brand that I'm not familiar with. And by the lack of response I suspect no one else has a comment. This is a forum for Raptor sport quads, you may have a better chance on a 4x4 or Rhino forum. You can try a forum vender, KB Motor Sports, Partzilla or RockyMountain ATV. Quality parts equal to or better then factory.

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Stay oem or upgraded only. Not sure if that company because I am not into 4x4s yet but I've watched a buddy put way too much money into a canam with cheap eBay parts. Maybe do what my wife does, put the parts on her watch lists...who knows what you get!

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My boy friend has a 2012 Rhino 700 4x4. He really likes riding ATV.In my eyes,he is the best rider.
One rear axle of his ATV has been broken suddenly yesterday....Bad.....Thank God,nobody got hurt.
Xmas is coming up soon,I want to give him a surprise and send him a replacement axle as a gift.
Just noticed many stores are on pre-Christmas sales.
Most reviews of hexautoparts.com stated " arrive on time " "good price " etc ,but noting about the longevity and durability . Anyone has ever used those axles ? Is it SAFE?
What do y'all think or any positive/negative experiences?
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks.
Rhino axles are really good. It all depends on the 4x4 stock tires and wheels? is it lifted? is it mainly in mud? stock motor? how much articulation is needed? what kind of riding style?

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