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AlliedCeaser

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Noticed yesterday when I was changing sprockets for silver lake that I have some slop back and forth in my hub.. I searched and seen that someone else had the same thing happen, but im wondering how much life is left before I have to fine another hub (or axle?) ? Going to silver lake in 2 weeks so I was wondering if it would be fine for a week? Can't beat preventative maintenance.. 
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Your bearings might be going out,When mine did i changed them and added a grease fitting there is a thread on here somewhere about it.
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It couldn't be carrier bearings, you can hold the axle in place with one hand, and move the sprocket back and forth on the axle. [frown] 
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So maybe the hub is loose?  Are the nuts tight?
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Ill take a video on my phone today if my clutch parts come in.
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I'm not up on the SRA but it looks like the spline's on the axle or sprocket hub are worn.
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08 Outlaw 525 IRS,grease fitting mod on the rebuilt rear,grease fitting mod on steering system,grease fitting mod on front hubs,UNI airfilter

2013 Outlaw 90 (son's) UNI airfilter,grease fitting mod to SRA housing 
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id say that sounds and looks like splines. it will last the trip but i would tear it down when i got back
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Yep, id say you at the very least you'll have to replace the hub... worst case is hub and axle. 
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Are the hubs designed to wear out first saving the axle? Would greasing the spline's help or is it supposed to be a dry fit.
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08 Outlaw 525 IRS,grease fitting mod on the rebuilt rear,grease fitting mod on steering system,grease fitting mod on front hubs,UNI airfilter

2013 Outlaw 90 (son's) UNI airfilter,grease fitting mod to SRA housing 
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Thank you for the answers, much appreciated! And yes I hope it lasts the week..
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