I have a 2017 polaris rzr xp turbo that I am getting some play in both rear wheels when I have the machine jacked up and grab each wheel at the 12 and 6 o'clock position. I have replaced both wheel bearings and even a heim joint. What else could be causing this play? Should I be concerned about it? Thanks in advance.
My upper rear radius rods are stock and my lowers are highlifter high clearance which are maybe a year old so it's probably the uppers is my guess. It's hard to tell exactly where the play is coming from though. And I currently don't have a tool that measures the torque in lbs of the hub nut but I put it on tight lol. What is the torque supposed to be?
Yea, only way to go, we use Hess's and they make it so much easier to prep between races. No more trying to get my fat fingers behind the plate to put the nuts on, lol.
If you go that route start with fresh bolts and make sure you use thread locking compound.
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Thanks for all the info! I will go with either the bungs or the Keller route to fix the egg holes. However, after I tightened the lower bolts I still noticed play at the hub. Is it possible that the hub is worn out too? (when I grabbed ahold of the axle and pulled in on it the play would stop--I'm running rhino 2.0 axles)