Who we are
Mud riding isn't just something that we do. It's who we are. We punish our Can-Ams in the toughest possible conditions to test our riding ability, and to show how awesome our built machines are. It's all about bragging rights, who can get through the hole the the fastest and finish the ride under our own power. This is why we started building diffs. We needed a diff that would stand up to us! THAT is who we are and is what we do. If you want to know more about who we are, come ride with us on the weekends.
How it all started
When Can Am released the Gen 2 1000's in 2012 I just had to get my hands on one. First impression was this is the best damn atv ever built. With its power steering, suspension, and more power than you knew what to do with, I was hooked. Within the first 400 miles I had already blown three differentials. A year later I was still blowing diffs and it became very clear that no one was going to fix this problem. Through hundreds of hours of trial and error, I found the answer. To test our metal, we put our diffs into the highest profile race bikes and through the toughest conditions to to prove to everyone what we already knew. That we had fixed Can-Am's differential problem! Now, two years later, we are very successful with our G 2.0 diffs and offer other great products that you know have been pit proven before we ever offer them for sale. Mud'n Wheels was and still is the solution to the the Can-Am differential fiasco.
Where are we going
As our company continues to grow we are ever reaching and stretching to bring you great products that will keep you and your machine on the trail instead of on the sidelines. We see a need for improvements and strive to make your Can-Am even better.
We did not reinvent the wheel here at Mud'N Wheels. All we have done is taken huge gobs of Can-Am rotational power, and transmit it 90 degrees to the ground. Keeping the power to the ground is the real magic.
Can't say enough good things about my mudnwheels diff!
Mark Sommer Kwik Racing . I have one of Mud n Wheels NEW G1 redesigned rear diffs in my Renegade pushing huge rwhp. It also has a upgrade to the crown and pinion from a commander diff and upgraded bearings and seals. I am not really a Mud rider as in deep mud or skeg, my riding style is fast trail cause we ride the mountains here in Calgary Alberta. Don't get me wrong we still get very muddy and come across many mud holes along the way . I also drag race my machine thru out the summer and the diff shows me no problems at all. Very pleased with Mud n Wheels product and Jarret Burley is a great friend of mine.
Love my mudNwheels diff!
No problem at all when someone does good work and has good service like y'all do I will send everyone I no yalls way thanks
Rode mine hard all summer, sure beats the hell outa the stock can am ones !
Super cool of Jarret Burley to share instead of hiding it and saying no one has ever had one fail. Stand up guy! I run one of his Torque Series in my beast and it's awesome, quite and takes the whatever I throw at it.
Hey man the diff is awesome iv got 1800km on it and haven't had problem, every time I check the oil and change the oil it's like the day I put it in.. it's 110%
You have a awesome product that can hold up to worse abuse anyone can throw at it!
Nothing but the best coming out of Mud N Wheels and happy to run it on anything Real Time ATV! Happy Thanksgiving Mud N Wheels!!
Last Year I was building a 1160 BBK Nitrous Gade for my Trail Rig, knowing that the g2 Diffs have their weaknesses reliability was a issue for me, after talking with Jarret a few times we decided to try out a XMR Torque Series Diff. Due to a Issue with my engine builder My g2 bike became the Extremeatvoffroad 1020 Nitrous Gade we all seen get beat on every weekend last year and the diff kept on Kicking!! After my Stint with a Turbo Maverick I Built a 975bbk Nitrous g1 Gade, it was a no brainer for me to go back to Jarret and get him to Build my Commander Diff, it was done fast as I had a rally coming up that weekend and wanted to make sure it was solid, after that weekend I put my 30 shot of nitrous in my bike and strapped on my 32" Crushed Silverbacks, after the Races in Lintlaw we brought the quad home dropped the oil and was happy to see it was still like new! The Next Two Weekends i Found that my Transmissions were my weak spot and not my Commander Rear Diff..... Needless to Say this Year I am building a Heavily Modified 2016 1000r Renegade, and the XMR Diff will be holding the rear End Together for me! Thanks For Everything Jarret! And Make sure to Watch Extremeatvoffroad and myself Beat on our XMR Diffs Next Year
Best money I've ever spent on my CanAm! And it keeps money in my pocket!!! Buying diffs once every other month gets old quick.
Shane Dowden S3 racing
Tea Jaay Real Time Atv