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 Post subject: 03 kodiak rear axle
Unread postPosted: Wed Sep 16, 2015 10:35 pm 
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I have an 03 kodiak 450 with 9800 km had it out on weeekend And thought after hittin a big bump thought the belt blew After tearing into it found the rear axle and crown gear to be Completly strippped Talkin to several places, (After no ne has used parts) says that either go with new yamaha for about1000 $ or Respline ir for500ish Has anyone Had this Problem or done this fix Let me know


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 Post subject: Re: 03 kodiak rear axle
Unread postPosted: Wed Sep 16, 2015 11:14 pm 
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If you mean the splines between the gear and the axle, I have welded a few of them together on Honda SRA machines. Once done the axle can only be assembled in one direction. A machine of that vintage is barely worth the price of parts so even if it fails it is no loss. I dont see how the shaft could be re-splined as splines are made be cutting away material in a machining process. From factory the splines are roll formed before the axle is heat treated and finish machined.
Im sure I could come up with 101 ways to fix it, but most being not realistically feasable. I admit to having had some people willing pay crazy money to fix stuff that should have gone for scrap or parts though.

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 Post subject: Re: 03 kodiak rear axle
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Had to do my uncles 1992 bigbear about 7 years ago. Got it welded up and cut and it is still working great. Happens quite often on quads that have pulled heavy loads. That quad has over 20,000 km on it and that is only major repair it has needed to date.

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