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What Axles do you prefer?

  • Stock

    Votes: 81 18.1%
  • Rhino

    Votes: 188 42.0%
  • Turner

    Votes: 41 9.2%
  • Gorilla

    Votes: 81 18.1%
  • Summer Brothers

    Votes: 37 8.3%
  • 300M

    Votes: 17 3.8%
  • CV Man

    Votes: 3 0.7%

  • Total voters
    448
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Come on guys lets see what you think is the best ones out there.
I like the ones you sent me?? what were those..They work perfect and have ZERO issues, and thats tearing them up on your +5 1.5f/r kit and power steering jolting around in the mud!

Rhino, Rhino, ahh thats it............ any working axle is a GOOD axle!
 

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Your axles as well as most of your other parts seem great ,however what you need is a canadian wharehouse/distributor because it takes tolong and costs to much to ship up here. The amount of ATV & S/S up here would blow you away and if you had the parts uphere you would be VERY busy....
 

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Good poll...but most are going to prefer..the High dollar ones..Turner..but can most afford them..no way jose..Turners will win this poll hands down... would be my guess...What most prefer is what they can afford...so if the poll was based off that..I would say Rhino...I would prefer to not have a job and have money running out my ears...Than I would get the ones that will Win this poll..
 

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when time comes to leave for Baja, i'll be running whichever company can get a STRONG set (plus a spare) to me for a good price. till then stock will do for testing.
 

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Im interested in buying a new set of axles. I like the price of the Rhinos but I want axles that are going to perform the best for the longest amount of time. I mainly just do a lot of hill climbs and stuff. What makes Turner's so expensive and the best on the market?
 

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Good poll...but most are going to prefer..the High dollar ones..Turner..but can most afford them..no way jose..Turners will win this poll hands down... would be my guess...What most prefer is what they can afford...so if the poll was based off that..I would say Rhino...I would prefer to not have a job and have money running out my ears...Than I would get the ones that will Win this poll..
What, WOW, I just looked into the Turner's and since you really want opinions here, at an average of $1850 for a set of 4, not counting shipping, so lets say you do need a replacment. Thats $500 a shot. At that price I would be happy to stick with the Rhinos and have plenty of cash to buy an extra front and rear axle to have laying around in my trailer. If I ever break one I have a replacement... I can understand always wanting more and the best..But Im running a stock engine, I want to go up to a Weber but keep Eyeballing a stage 3 holtz bigbore.. I guess I will have to listen to what "they" say about how my Rhino's will hold up to the added forces, But as of right now, Theres nothing I can do to break mine nor justify the $$ spent.. They are nice yes.. But in my opinion this isnt like shocks, it doesnt effect my ride quality, but might effect my reliability.. When I start hearing that Rhino's are failing left and right..then I might jump, But 90%(a guesstimate) of people that Ive read that have broken axles, have either bottomed out , jumped wrong ect..... that seems like the failure started somewhere other than the axles.. More like cause & effect. What really caused them to break?

Conclusion; My opinion is for whatever axles you feel can sustain your muscle! I doubt I will ever snap mine (knock on wood)
Cheers~
 

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I run the Summers Brothers cause that is what the previous owner installed just prior to me taking ownership. Money-wise I think the rhino (superatv) axles are a bargain.
 

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Turner all the way. Although I have busted 3 of them but with the new upgraded cages they seem even stronger. Excellent customer service and they have fixed the ones I busted same day they get them.
 

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Turner all the way. Although I have busted 3 of them but with the new upgraded cages they seem even stronger. Excellent customer service and they have fixed the ones I busted same day they get them.
??? waaah ??? "Turner all the way. Although I Have busted 3 of them"

:noscrewed: j/k
 

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Yeah, I was waiting on that. :rofl3:
I'm not sure what the problem was in the begining but they have got it straightened out since and were always more than happy to take care of the problem. Good customer service goes along way with me. Drove 300 miles(one way) once to get one fixed and they rebuilt it while I waited. At the time I purchased mine I was only considering Turner or Gorilla and have heard very little good about Gorilla.
 

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Well I voted Turner because I just bought and installed them with my long travel kit. I hope their Customer service is good. Installed the axles, rode around the yard about 10 minutes, pulled back in the garage to check adjustments and both cv boot clips on my left rear axle broke off and the front right outside boot is leaking grease. Heck of a lot of money for this not to be checked at the factory.
 
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