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Old 09-29-2009, 08:31 AM
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98 Sportsman 500 Question

I need to replace what I'll call the right rear axle from the rear diff to the wheel bearing carrier. It is busted at the yoke.

Can anyone please tell me the proper name of this item so I can order one? I've looked at the OEM microfiche and it shows CV Joint BTB, is this the right thing to buy?

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Sounds like the right rear axle shaft assembly to me....from the diff to the hub bearing houseing..MUDDIE49
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Sounds like the right rear axle shaft assembly to me....from the diff to the hub bearing houseing..MUDDIE49

That's what I thought it would be called too. But the only thing I can find when I look at 4 different OEM microfiche is the CV Joint BTB and the Rear Drive Shaft.

Hope somebody can help me out on this one.
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I need to replace what I'll call the right rear axle from the rear diff to the wheel bearing carrier. It is busted at the yoke.

Can anyone please tell me the proper name of this item so I can order one? I've looked at the OEM microfiche and it shows CV Joint BTB, is this the right thing to buy?

Thanks
It is called " Rear Drive Shaft " OEM 1380110 FOR THE SPORTSMAN 500/1998

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