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Hey guys just wondering if this is normal?

I have no driveability concerns or noises, just happened to notice is the other day when working on my front end.

Both rears are rock solid, only fronts do this.

Thoughts? Thanks in advance!

2015 RZR XP 1000 Desert Edition

https://youtu.be/Q2REi-qQe-8
 

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had same problem on mine. got so bad axles wouldn't stay in. had to put a new diff in. you can rebuild the diff. they make a kit for it
 

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It's completely normal. If there wasn't any play you would be doing bearings every ride.
Out of curiosity if that's the case then why are the rears on my car rock solid zero slop?

The movement I video'd was up and down as well as side to side. Not in and out.

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It's completely normal. If there wasn't any play you would be doing bearings every ride.
Out of curiosity if that's the case then why are the rears on my car rock solid zero slop?

The movement I video'd was up and down as well as side to side. Not in and out.

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The rear axles are held in a bearing on a bearing diameter of the axle.
The front axles are not.
 

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So if they can fix it like the rear why are they playing with thousands of dollars of are monet with this wack design that they can fix
 

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You would be breaking axles if they were solid. They need to have play and I bet the rear ones do it also but there is more weight on the suspension back there so they seem solid if you have it in the right position I bet they would move also.
 
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