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Trakmotive ATV/UTV CV axles for All makes and models
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Trakmotive ATV/UTV CV Axles
Kingdom Powersports offers new Trakmotive ATV /UTV CV Axles for Polaris , Yamaha, Can-Am, John Deere, Kubota , Suzuki, Kymco, Honda . Save hundreds of dollars over buying OEM axles. All new construction, complete CV axles make installation very quick and easy. You have come to the right place to buy OEM type replacement CV axles for all makes and models of ATV, UTV side by side. Axles are what we do.
Trakmotive axles are the best quality aftermarket axles on the market with precision machined and heat treated cages, races and ball bearings. To increase performance and the lifespan of the axles, Trakmotive axles feature a solid chrome steel center shaft , that is UP to 20% stronger than OEM CV Axles. High quality neoprene CR rubber boots, with stainless steel boot clamps. Axles come with all hardware for a quick and easy installation.
CV axles (constant velocity joint) play a vital role in delivering power from your ATV/UTV engine to the ground. Operating in extreme conditions, CV axles need to be able to move and flex in all kinds of uneven terrain .
With all of the features and advantages , there is no need to search ATV salvage yards or buy Used OEM axles. What you need is right here. We also off most axles in a heavy duty version. The HD axles are up to 35% stronger than OEM axles and are still much less expensive than standard OEM axles. If you are interested in the HD line of ATV CV axles, please contact us for price and availability.
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Difference between ATV and UTV
ATV or all-terrain vehicle and UTV utility tasks vehicle are very similar and can be used for similar adventures off-road. However, the ATV isn't made for heavy loads. ATVs usually are designed for one person, sometimes 2 at the most. They are what we call quads as well, which is an extension of say a motorcycle design. They don't have steering wheels but handlebars. ATVs are used for off-road adventures, one per person. Similar to snowmobiles. While UTVs are equipped with a steering wheel and can carry multiple people at one time. They go over the hills, bumps, and threw the mud just like an ATV but are bigger and carry more of a load. They typically have four wheels as you would find on an ATV but sometimes they have 6.
An ATV is a little more nibble than that of a UTV, as would be expected. It is smaller and can get around the toughest situations. Generally, the UTV is faster overall than an ATV. However, with that speed comes a little less agility at getting around corners.
Both ATV and UTV are made for off-roading and exploring this great country. There is plenty to see when you get off-road in various parts of the country. Off-roading is a wonderful family adventure too. You can use these sorts of vehicles for riding the sand dunes of West Michigan or exploring the mountains of Colorado. ATVs are fun with a group of friends that also have ATVs or use a UTV to cart along your friends. The choice of which is best for you really has to do with your personal preference. They both have their pros and cons. Weighing those with your expectations will help you come to your answer.
Just remember we have a whole selection of Gator Axles in case you need a replacement axle when the time comes.
ATVs vs UTVs
UTVs generally are more of an investment than ATVs, meaning there is more expensive upfront but also more when it comes to repairs and improvements. This is something else that you should keep in mind when looking to invest in an ATV or UTV. Also, keep in mind how you are going to get to your destination. While UTVs are typically roadworthy, ATVs are not all the time, most avoid riding them on the road. Usually, people haul their ATV or UTV on a trailer to save on wear and tear of the recreational vehicle. They are geared to go up against tough terrain and through mud, which isn't necessarily meant to drive down the highway.
If you are going to trailer it, then you will need something to haul the trailer with and well, a trailer itself. This investment just got a bit more expensive. While some ATVs will fit in the back of a truck. Again, making the ATV a less expensive out of the two options. Some start with an ATV to see if they are actually going to like to ride. This is a good starter vehicle as you don't have as much invested, should you find that you don't have the time that you once thought you had.
Aftermarket ATV- UTV CV axles
Let's go over a little history about ATV -UTV axles. Originally these were propelled by chains and sprockets or sealed shaft drive systems. These systems allow the machines to keep most of their power. They are easy to maintain and very durable, however, they don't go long distances. This is why there needed to be something different. The Axle shaft/CV joint combo is the most common of the ATV-UTV CV axle.
These popular vehicles are typically rode for fun. They can be off-road as well as on the street. During offroad riding, your ATV-UTV will most likely be going over all kinds of uneven and muddy terrain. While this is a lot of fun to ride off-road, it is also worn and tear on your ATV-UTV CV axle. When your CV axle goes, you are simply stuck right where you are at. Because of this, you should probably understand what to look and listen for when your axle is starting to wear out.
Ways to determine if your ATV-UTV CV axle is worn.
When you feel a vibration in your ride, this could mean that you should take note to check the axle. This vibration could be other things such as a tire out of balance or a bent tire. Increase the speed and if it becomes worse, that is probably the case. However, if you have checked the tires and that wasn't it. The next phase should be checking the play on the outer and inner joints. This could be a sign that the inner joints are worn.
Another common sign that you might need to replace your axle is if you have a buzzing or clunking sound when you put it into gear. To test put the ATV-UTV in reverse and turn the wheel all the way to one side and do circles. If it starts making noise, then we are certainly glad you are here.
We offer the best aftermarket ATV-UTV axles that will save you a ton of money. These axles are just as good as the OEM axles if not better. In fact, we have some that are far superior to what you would find in an OEM product line up. All of our axles are easy to find on the site as we have them by make, model, and year so that you know that the ATV-UTV axel that you purchase will fit the vehicle you will be working on.
Do a Pre-ride inspection
Diagnosing your worn axel before it actually breaks will save you a lot of time and walking. There is nothing worse than taking your ATV-UTV off-road only to break down, miles away from your car. Before taking your ATV-UTV out on the trails, do a little pre-ride check. Check the tires, the oil, and your axel. Inspect the joints and make sure nothing is leaking. Be sure to check the rubber boots as well. These can get caught and torn on things, which will allow the joints to wear down. This may seem like a tedious process, but if you have a routine, it doesn't take long and can save some headaches later.
If you have found our page because you have decided that you need a new ATV-UTV axle, welcome! We have a huge selection of aftermarket ATV-UTV axles to choose from.