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I have a 800 mid size been thre two sets of axels already in the front.. just ordered rhinos for the front this time wondering opinions every time I break is when im diggn a hit something hard in the bottom an snacths the wheel outta me hand to lock an POW lol basically yall think the rhino's
will hold up to it or think I should run stops aswell
 

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I do a lot of tight trails so that's why im not a fan of losing turning radius
 

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I put Rhino axles on my 400 and it solved my issues without the stops! Had them for 3 years plus!

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yea mine is a 800 on 30s though lol
 

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Oh yeah, my little weakling 400 never did any work and didn't have the power to snap an axle! Yeah right!

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I would suggest that if you are blowing CV joints at full throttle in the bottom of mud holes, steering stops will do little to help keep your axles in one piece!

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I had the same issue on my 500. It was ripping boots and breaking outter joints. Put steering stops on and haven't even torn a boot on stock axles in over a year with a 3" lift forward a arms and heavy mud tires
 

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these rhino axels ant know joke im goin wait on the steering stops these rhnios are seriously double the size of the stocks
 

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10559658_792144287490628_3783018743961884259_n.jpg super beefy
 
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