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post #1 of 36 Old June 20th, 2019, 05:24 AM Thread Starter
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Steering wheel

Looking for a new steering wheel ... i really like the turbo s steering wheel but i dont want to spend a fortune. I came from a can am maverick turbo and really liked their wheel

I didnt know if anyone had some ideas out there and if they have tried something different please post a picture ... i would love to see my options

... side note i just picked up a new set of xp4 ender springs and they arenít completely collapsed which should help with my low speed ride


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post #2 of 36 Old June 20th, 2019, 06:01 AM
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Re: Steering wheel

Just don't use a hammer to remove your wheel, damages your power steering unit.

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Itís preference. I have had momo and itís a great wheel.
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Re: Steering wheel

Someone here on the forum posted awhile back about how to add a steering wheel cover to the stock wheel. It looked great and they said it functioned very well. I may try this as it looked like a very cost effective solution to better grip with a bit of comfort added.


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post #6 of 36 Old June 21st, 2019, 02:04 PM
 
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Just make sure when you pull your stocker... you're committed. If it don't come off easy, it's gonna be destruction.
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Spend the 20$ for a puller if you dont have one. Just my .02
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Re: Steering wheel

I tried everything to get mine off. Pullers, ratchets straps, multiple different lubes, a hammer and a sledge hammer. I had to remove the short part of the steering column to get it off, then buy another short section to put the new one on. Man it was the biggest unbelievable PITA ever. Hopefully Polaris has made the newer ones easier to come off.
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Re: Steering wheel

Guess they must have changed the column-
On my old 2013 XP900 I popped off the nut and used a steering wheel puller and put an aftermarket on--
Wonder what has changed- as I would like to put a new one on my 2019 T&RE... Hate the stocks one .. wonder if the XP Turbo S wheel would go right on the XP 1000

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The Turbo S wheel is a direct fit. Polaris even sells a kit with the adapter, wheel, and all the needed fasteners. A bit pricey though. Best I found was $252 + shipping for the complete kit.
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I tried everything to get mine off. Pullers, ratchets straps, multiple different lubes, a hammer and a sledge hammer. I had to remove the short part of the steering column to get it off, then buy another short section to put the new one on. Man it was the biggest unbelievable PITA ever. Hopefully Polaris has made the newer ones easier to come off.
You Tube made it look so easy... convinced me to give it a go. Lol. Same boat man.
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I tried everything to get mine off. Pullers, ratchets straps, multiple different lubes, a hammer and a sledge hammer. I had to remove the short part of the steering column to get it off, then buy another short section to put the new one on. Man it was the biggest unbelievable PITA ever. Hopefully Polaris has made the newer ones easier to come off.
They make a puller that pops them right off for around $20. Pulled off dozens of them and literally takes a couple of minutes.

Canít imagine trying to take one off without the right puller. Theyíre a tight fit.
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The Turbo S wheel is a direct fit. Polaris even sells a kit with the adapter, wheel, and all the needed fasteners. A bit pricey though. Best I found was $252 + shipping for the complete kit.
Does a guy really need all that adapters and all if it's a direct fit?
I see them for sale around alot cheaper then the Polaris high dollar

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I tried everything to get mine off. Pullers, ratchets straps, multiple different lubes, a hammer and a sledge hammer. I had to remove the short part of the steering column to get it off, then buy another short section to put the new one on. Man it was the biggest unbelievable PITA ever. Hopefully Polaris has made the newer ones easier to come off.
They make a puller that pops them right off for around $20. Pulled off dozens of them and literally takes a couple of minutes.

Canít imagine trying to take one off without the right puller. Theyíre a tight fit.
After I pulled mine with the the portion of the steering shaft I soaked it for days with three different spray lubes, put it in a vice and hit it with punch and a sledge. It took 3 different times of me soaking it days apart to finally get it off. Unbelievable. What I found was that there was no grease on it. When I put the new one on, I put green grease on it. I haven't to pull it since so not sure if it will help for hopefully NOT the next time. Also I noticed no rust on the original. I read on here that Polaris presses them on.
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https://www.utvinc.com/utv-inc-polar...-wheel-puller/

This tool right here.

I couldn't get it off without as well, then I bought the tool and it took it right off

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