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  1. Kevblaster9

    Kevblaster9 New Member

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    Where can I buy a wider axle for a cheap price ?
     
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    Banshee stock axle. What year is your blaster?
     
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    Blaaster Moderator Staff Member Technician Forum Supporter

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    Banshee will give you about 3 3/4" wider!
     
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    The Blaster in your pic is an 88-02. You can't put a Banshee axle in that without spending some money on a hydraulic brake upgrade. Do not listen to what some people say about shimming things by stacking washers.
     
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    2000 blaster 200cc
     
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    Yes you would have to do a carrier swap to 03+ to have rear brakes. I've heard the tusk axles are nice.
     
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    It would probably cost less to do a banshee axle swap. but be sure you find a rear carrier set up and brakes before ordering so you can get a grand total.
    Keep in mind to upgrade to 03+ brakes you would have to weld mounts on the frame to hold the master cylinder and other components.

    Tusk, durablue and G-Force axles are the most common aftermarket axle. prices differ, and even different types
    Tusk adjustments $200 -
    • Adjustablity Blaster - 4 5/8" to 6 5/8" Total width over stock
    Durablue $380
    • The Durablue 2+2 Eliminator axle gives you a choice of increasing the rear axle 2" or 4" wider than the stock axle.
    G-force- i cant find this one on rocky. but i think it was about the same as durablue

    those are sale prices on rocky right now. $200 for that tusk is a pretty good deal
    https://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/p/733/32078/Tusk-Adjustable-Width-Racing-Axle?v=238
     
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    I need axle for my atv, last week its broken.
     
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