pppfffttt on warranty, won't cover the bearing carrier anyway.
Look for the thread "grease zircs the RZR should have come with". It gives good thought on where to drill and tap and what angle zirc fittings to use.
After drilling and tapping the bearing carrier, you will have to push the bushings in, use some sort of marker to mark the bushings, then use a burr to cut out the hole, half from each ends' bushing. Otherwise the grease won't get to the rod that rides in the bushing...which is what it is all about.
Yes it is a good idea. The Polaris bushings wear pretty quickly and I haven't gotten around to getting Delrin bushings from ????
First post here and am hoping this is the right place to ask for some help.
I broke the rear axel on my 2016 rzr 1000xp. The axel broke inside the boot making it difficult to remove the broken piece (See picture).
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Anyone that jumps these things even a little should look into these. they keep your axles from going bad as fast and keep the shock from maxing out. Sand craft seemed to have the most reasonable price on limiting straps.
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