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Kawasaki Teryx Billet Rear Hub/Spindle Assembly Now Available

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Teryx-iTi-RearCompAssy-788542.jpg Complete Rear Spindle and Hub Assembly for the Kawasaki Teryx

We have put together a complete rear assembly for the Teryx which includes the Billet Aluminum Spindles, Billet Aluminum Hubs, 4340 Billet Stub Axles, and it also includes the 930 style CV Joint. All of these components make up the race type rear assembly. This may be used with long travel suspensions (customer’s axle length will need to be checked).

Made from 6061-T6 Aluminum, these are a direct replacement for stock wheel hubs, but they are stronger and lighter.

The retail price for this package is $2,795.00.

Teryx-iTi-RearBilletUpright-728394.jpg Rear Upright for the Kawasaki Teryx

Stock replacement rear upright or Spindle. This spindle is made out of Billet Aluminum and bolts in and replaces the stock steel upright. All of the stock bearings and bushings work on this new Spindle. The retail price for this spindle is $604.00 per pair.

Teryx-iTi-RearBilletHub-707108.jpg Rear Hub for the Kawasaki Teryx

The new Billet rear drive hub that is stronger and lighter than the stock steel hub is also available. The hub is made from Billet Aluminum and I black anodized in color. The new rear hub comes with screw in studs and retails for $595.00 a pair.

iTi Performance Motorsports can be found at http://www.itimotorsports.com/.

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