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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-14-2019, 09:06 AM Thread Starter
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First ride Oops!

So I posted on here to fix my 660 rhino by replacing rear axel. Well I did it but learned the hard way to have the right tools for the job next time. While in the mountains the axel came lose and almost lost it. Thanks to some very generous people down the mountain I was able to borrow the right tools and get the axel back on. Hopefully I toweled it on good enough this time.
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I allways use an impact and cover that axle nut with red loctite i learned the hard way all so
Dont foget to stake that nut, there is a grove in the axle for u to stake the end of the nut into

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There's more oops on here than you can shake an axle at. Glad it was an easy fix out on the trail.

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