Ask any racer, any real racer and they will tell you Durablue is the company to go with when upgrading any ATV axle. The Durablue Heavy Duty ATV axle is twice the strength your stock ATV axle could ever be, allowing you more fun on the trail. A durable zinc finish covers the Heavy Duty axle to ensure a long life on your ATV. Get your ATV down the trail in confidence with the 6 month warranty against bending or breaking Durablue supplies with the Heavy Duty axle. No need to purchase other expensive components to run the Heavy Duty axle on your ATV. Durablue includes everything needed to replace your axle.
"Purchased this axle to replace the stock one which had bearings welded into the axle. This particular Dura Blue is substantially heavier which if you need it to be strong Im sure it is plenty durable.
Pros - the threads for the axle nut are protected much better than stock. Accidental drop will most likely not damage them. It feels super heavy duty.
Cons- It does not look like the photo upon ordering. It is not chrome and there is no "Durablue" Sticker on it. The weight."
The Excel Takasago aluminum alloy rim is the benchmark in off-road racing rim technology. Every Excel Motocross rim is engineered and designed to perform in extreme hostile environments where other rims routinely fail. Fact, Excel has won more Motocross and off-road championships - worldwide - than all competitors combined! Part of the secret is in Excels exclusive 7000 series aluminum alloy which has a 50% higher yield strength than the competitors 6 series aluminum. Also, the exclusive know-how in extrusion design, complex multi-step forming, advanced robotics welding, and in hard anodizing such a tough and complex material is key to Excels strength and world market dominance. Aluminum alloy which has a 50% higher yield strength than other aluminum rims. Excel MX rims are the choice of all Factory Works and Privateer Teams worldwide. Rim Specifications: Rim type: Rear. Rim size: 18". Note: Rim only, spokes sold separately.
"The area I ride is flat out hard on bikes and especially hard on wheels. These wheels hold up pretty good. I have not had any flat spots from hard hits but with enough speed and the wrong rock any rim will deform. I have seen the ProWheels flat spot from landing jumps and denting from straight edges. I have only managed to ruin one Excel and that was a high speed hit to a sharp rock! It was a hit so hard it hurt my feet! I would recommend the bigger spokes out back if you are doing off-road stuff. I have them in black which seem to be really popular. The black coating is tough as heck. Stands up to pressure washer and degreasers."