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XT Series Axle XTA Series Axles
XT Series Axles XTA Series Axles
Construction Strong 5140 Chrome Steel Stronger 4340 Chrome-Moly Steel
Strength Up to 10% Stronger than OEM Up to 20% Stronger than OEM
Torque High Levels Extreme Levels
Perfect For All Levels of Riding Enthusiasts All Riders, Built for the Best
ISO/TS 16949 and ISO 9001 Quality Standards
Fully Assembled
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