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This is a discussion on Hub and Axle Tech...and some brakes within the CT Race Worx forums, part of the Can-am Maverick Supporting Vendors category; Originally Posted by LBR Welcome back...only been 19 months absence, bud! LOL.....Been starting to get back into the riding after a long time of the ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by LBR View Post
    Welcome back...only been 19 months absence, bud!
    LOL.....Been starting to get back into the riding after a long time of the business over running me!
    Tony KI6WAO 2016 Turbo XDS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AReed View Post
    I don't remember having to cut the rotors down. They were larger but they fit in the calipers.
    If you do have to cut them down it's a 4xx series stainless so make sure you have the right inserts for it.

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    Thank you sir! I just read above that there was some machining required. Looks like this is the best option just a bit heavier than billet alum hubs.
    Tony KI6WAO 2016 Turbo XDS.

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    It is. Ive gotten away from trusting aluminum hubs whether it's 6061 or 7075. I've personally experience and seen too many failures.

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    I have the PR2 rear hub/spindle. And had a couple failures on there aluminum ones. I wonder why they lighted them where they did? I got the last set of steel hubs and have not had a failure yet. Now I cant keep the front wheels on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkD View Post
    I have the PR2 rear hub/spindle. And had a couple failures on there aluminum ones. I wonder why they lighted them where they did? I got the last set of steel hubs and have not had a failure yet. Now I cant keep the front wheels on.
    You must be an animal in the trail!
    Tony KI6WAO 2016 Turbo XDS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrazyCooter View Post
    You must be an animal in the trail!
    Woods racing. The front wheel bearings fail, They need to have some miles on them and loosen up before pushing really hard. Still pretty competitive if the wheels stay on. I have cured most all the of the other maverick issues.

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