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i think im gonna get a shee axle..

1. how much more length is this?

2. do i need to buy a shee axle carrier? or jus use my stock one?

3. how hard is it to replace everything?.. like takin off the hubs, brake rotor, and nuts and stuff like that?

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p8nt said:
i think im gonna get a shee axle..

1. how much more length is this?

2. do i need to buy a shee axle carrier? or jus use my stock one?

3. how hard is it to replace everything?.. like takin off the hubs, brake rotor, and nuts and stuff like that?

thanks
-p8nt
1 it is 1.5 inches longer on each side (stock shee axle)

2. if your blaster is an 03 or newer it totally bolts on with no modification to anything

if it is older you can modify the shee axle to retain the stock brake hub or you can get an 03 or newer carrier and convert it to hydro brakes with bolt on parts

3. get a service manual and read it thoroughly, become familiar with what it tells you to do long before you loosen a bolt, then have a clean work area that is organized and it will go quickly
 

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I installed a banshee axle on my 2000 blast. I had no problems whatsoever. I now run a trenga rear hydraulic brake, but at the time I still had the stock set up.
 
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