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Are you guys still changing out the quick drive bolts on the AXYS? I have one without about 1,000 miles and was wondering if the bolts were still an issue.

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I have these on my axys, but have not heard of a broken axys stock bolt yet. http://www.zollingerracingproducts.c...-upgrade-bolts
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Some driveshafts have good splines and others are sloppy. Here is a link to a video of my buddy's 2017. It is too sloppy for a sled with zero miles. You have to remember that the bolt must preload the gear against the bearing. As you accelerate and brake, the gear rotates on the shaft slightly under the bolt head. How many times do you think it takes for that gear to rock back and forth under the bolt head to wear away enough material before it loosens up? Once loose, the gear wobbles due to the belt load being outboard of the end of the shaft, and this works on the bolt, bending it under the head in a rotational manor until the bolt fatigues and the bolt head pops off.

This is not on all sleds. My 2014 was good, my 15 terrible, my 16 good and this 17 poor again.

If yours is bad, upgrade the bolt and use Loctite 660 on the shaft. This will make removing the gear a bitch but we run the TKI belt drives so changing belts is not a concern.

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Seems like we get the loose splines

My 14 good- 15-16 really bad./ Ordered new lower gears from Tom @ TKI and put the ARP bolts on top& Bottom.. Didn't miss a beat last year on all 3 sleds.... Annually I change out the bolt's now and chase the threads on the shafts with a tap and re-do...
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I rode with a guy last year who broke his bottom bolt second ride on a 16' Axys. He did have a turbo. The bottom bolt broke less than a mile from the truck as we were just cruising down the trail. He was able to work the belt and pulley back into position and limp back to the trailer.

If I had the stock belt drive, I would replace the bolt, just for cheap insurance.

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Has anyone installed a stud and nut instead of a bolt? Eric
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I put in ARP bolts. But just because i had them

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Yes, I did this on my 2015. Actually drilled and tapped it out to a larger size first and used 2 nuts to lock in place. Also use Loctite 660. Had to drill the washer hole larger too.
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Anybody know the ARP bolt part number for the bottom gear on the axys?
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The top gear bolt and the bottom gear bolt of the quick drive strape are graded at 8.8 ... The same grade that was on the pro rmk ... I don't want to take any chances and i'm gonna change it for some 10.9 grade bolts ... Maybe those 8.8 bolts are going to stay in place and not broke but when you broke in the trail , close of the truck that not that worst but in the wood in tree ride .... Oufff i don't wanna think about it so for the price it cost... I DON'T TAKE ANY CHANCES
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