I'm pretty much beating a dead horse with this topic, but I'm going to try and get another conversation started out there about it. My question, is there anything special that others are doing to get more longevity out of the dreaded bevel gear in the secondary drive terrain? Is there an upgraded gear that has the adequate heat treat to prevent premature break down of the gear, or is this just going to be a consistent required 1500 mile repair? I really doubt that my leisurely driving trails and a 3 times to the dunes has abused the drive terrain to the point of failure. I have a 2016 Wildcat 4X that has 2800 miles on it but for the last 1000 it has been making “the noise” and I finally scoped my oil fill plug and discovered where my noise was coming from. The dealers that I talk with are very unaware of the issue and seem to know nothing about it. Hopefully there is someone out there that has had some luck with something other than buying something else.