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XTA versus XT

Can you explain the difference between the XTA and XT axles?

Are they made with different grades of steel.

Do they have different heat treating standards?

Are the axles and/or CVs beefier or not?

I'm trying to understand the value in the more expensive XTA axles.

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Re: XTA versus XT

Hey Rich,

Thanks for your question!

Our XTA series offers our highest quality axle, and is built for more extreme use than the XT series. They are both the same size. However, the main difference is that we use a stronger 4340 Chrome-Moly steel in our XTA series to withstand tougher levels of torque. Note that all of our axles offer precision CNC machined surfaces and induction heat-treated bearings.
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Re: XTA versus XT

The Xt series claim to have the same 4340 chrome-molly also.

Sixity Polaris 1332606 1332856 XT OEM Axles - Replacement Front Rear Left Right Driver Passenger Side Back | Sixity.com

So again, what is the difference.

There appears to be a + or - $44 in difference in price, with no real difference in the fabrication of the axle.

Is that right?

I don't mean to be a PITA; but this seams to be a question that should be easily and thoroughly answered by a sales and/or technical representative.

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Re: XTA versus XT

Thanks for noting the listing. We are currently working on product information edits to reflect the latest updates. To clarify, our XTA axles are the only ones made with the 4340 Chrome-Moly steel shafts, not XT. Sorry for any confusion, but this should be updated shortly.


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