I'm in a hurry to get my rzr back together so I stopped by the local shop to get raped on a new hub (broke one @ waynoka OK). First of all...I was pleasantly surprised it wasn't that high....that doesn't happen very often folks! Now here's the question....after pulling the broken hub off and swapping the rotor to the new hub I decided to try the new hub into the spindle with the old bearing just for fun. Didn't fit. So I measured the old inner hub (piece that slides over the splines) and it measured 1.567 or so, then the new @ 1.730 or so. So then I was pissed thinking "damn, got the wrong part"! I then called the shop and verified model year (09') and that is was a just a rzr LE and not an S. He said that was it, numbers match, that was what is in the computer for that model & yr. Anyone heard of Polaris making this revision??? It makes sense (1/4" thicker would obviously be stronger), but now what model & yr do I use when ordering a new bearing or hub when I buy one off of ebay to save a few $$$?