Our Can-Am X3 Rear Spindle Knuckles are Sold in Pairs
One constant reality that all Can-Am side-by-side owners face is the eventual failure of their OEM steering and suspension components, often at the most inconvenient times. If you’re like most of us driving the X3, every mud hole, rut, whoop, and jump increases the likelihood of a catastrophic failure of the OEM rear knuckle.
So, if you’re looking for a high-quality Can-Am X3 rear knuckle upgrade, Black Ops Machine has you covered.
Our Double Shear X3 rear knuckles for Can-Am’s is the aftermarket upgrade you need. These X3 rear billet knuckles are made from 6061 billet aluminum. And because we don’t want you to mess up your stuff because of a busted knuckle or a messed-up wheel bearing, it’s got a double shear mount. This gives you extra stability, strength, rigidity, and control while driving.
To prevent mud, water, dirt, and other crap from clogging your wheel bearing, we manufacture each of our aftermarket knuckles with a sealed bearing carrier. Finally, and we’re just gonna brag, the anodized black aluminum design on this rear knuckle simply looks awesome.
As you likely know, removing bearings from an OEM knuckle is about as enjoyable as an elective root canal. So, anytime you replace a Can-Am rear knuckle, you’ll want to install fresh bearings as well. This is easier – and it will extend your parts life.
Oh, and hey, just a reminder – when it comes to replacing your rear knuckles, remember to do it in pairs. That’s exactly why we sell them that way.
CAN-AM X3 REAR KNUCKLE FAQ’s
We know you’ve got questions about our Black Ops Machine aftermarket replacement parts – and we have genuine answers. Here are a few common questions we get from our valued customers – and those trolls who have nothing better to do.
Q – What Causes Rear Knuckle Failure?
A – An ATV (All-Terrain Vehicle) knuckle, also known as a steering knuckle or hub assembly, is like a crucial link in the vehicle’s suspension and steering system. It connects the wheel assembly to the suspension components, allowing for smooth movement and steering.
Several factors can lead to the failure of a Can-Am X3 rear bearing carrier knuckle including general wear and tear, exposure to dirt, water, and other elements, and hard impacts.
Q – What’s the Benefit of a Double Shear Rear Knuckle?
A – Alright, here’s the deal – it all comes down to rigidity. You see, a single shear knuckle? Yeah, it’s got only one attachment. Now picture this: you’re cruising on the road, and you hit a rock hard.
Well, in that case, the knuckle can just snap right off the spindle because of that one attachment point. And let me tell you, that single sheer design makes it easier for it to get all wallowed out.
The double-shear knuckle stops these problems from happening because it has two attachments to the spindle. This gives it extra strength and rigidity. So, when you hit that same rock, if one mount cracks, the other will most likely stay intact. That means you can get back to camp or home and replace it.
Q – What’s Your Return Policy?
A – Honestly, we don’t have an official return policy. At Black Ops Machine, we’re all about serving fellow hardworking Patriots who prefer teaming up with reliable US-based companies for high-quality replacement parts.
Here’s our return policy for you all. If you haven’t found a place for that item in your machine and you DIDN’T try to install it but failed, we’re glad to accept the return. Simply cover the shipping fee, provide us with your original order number, and share your contact information. We’ll take care of the rest.