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I just broke my 3rd front hub on my 2009 S. What sucks is this time in only 100 miles and I really didn't beat it up (had the wife riding shot gun). Any suggestions?
 

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Those cast hubs are really weak man. That dose sound like a high number but they still fail frequently. We run our Billet hubs and they are much stronger, in fact I have yet to see one break myself. I'll shoot you a PM with your Forum member price.
 

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Those cast hubs are really weak man. That dose sound like a high number but they still fail frequently. We run our Billet hubs and they are much stronger, in fact I have yet to see one break myself. I'll shoot you a PM with your Forum member price.
Sounds good. Please PM me.

While your at it I think my second primary clutch bearing is on its way out. When I put it in gear she starts to drive away... very slow. Got a fix for this too? lol.
Thanks,
DD
 

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utv inc hubs very good quaility and price also i was like you and kept breaking front hubs till i went with utv incs hubs
 

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There are two different styles of billet hubs on the market.... the ones that require you to press in the stock wheel studs..... and the ones that have a threaded in wheel stud. I personally choice to go with the threaded in wheel studs...... if I every mess one up.... its a simple fix! And when I use my cordless impact.... I don't have to worry about spinning the factory studs in the hub!

iTi quit making them.... but fireball racing makes some that are just as nice for $200 cheaper!
 

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A buddy of mine had the Dragon Fire billet hubs and they are bullet proof. He is extremely hard on his RZR and he broke about 6 of the stock ones. He is not broken the billet ones...yet.
 
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