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Rzr crossover and alternative to oem parts thread POST YOUR FINDS!!

I thought I might start a thread to post OEM crossover numbers, places to buy, how too instructions, etc. I'm always coming across bearing #s, oil alternatives, parts people have found to work on the rzr, etc that I wish I kept, so here is a place to do it. Post up what you have found to work in place of OEM, where you got it, and even a price if you remember.
I will continue to update this first page and date it so you don't have to go through the entire thread for the contents, other than after my update, and to see who gets the credit! Remember this is from everyone so don't shoot the messenger!

All info as of post 156 is contained right here with no need to scroll. Updated 11/17/13 9:33 am:

Air Filters:

K&N-pl-8007
UNI-NU8513ST

3 Minute Bed Removal:

Tools needed:
1.) Cordless drill/driver with a ¼" drive adapter chucked in it or a cordless impact driver if you have one in your tool arsenal.
2.) #27 ¼" drive torx bit.
3.) ¼" drive ½" socket.
4.) Pliers from the RZR tool kit.

1.) Remove the seats.
2.) Using the drill/driver with the #27 torx bit, remove the 4 #27 torx bolts on the frame rail behind the seats. All 4 are the same length. Then;
3.) Remove the 4 #27 torx bolts around the exhaust leaving the 2 near the tail lights attached. These 4 are of different sizes, 2 short on top and 2 long ones on the bottom.
4.) Using the drill driver, switch the #27 torx bit with the ½" socket and remove the 4 ½" hex head bolts in the center of the bed.
5.) Using the pliers that came in the tool kit, remove the 6 rivets that hold the rear ¼ panels to the rocker panels, the barbed ones don't need to come out, the ¼ panels are slotted and just slip out.
6.) Unplug the rear lights at the connector found just behind the driver seat under the bed.
7.) Stand behind the RZR and grab the rails on top of the right and left sides pulling up and back at the same time and the whole assembly comes off then just set it on the grass. Its fairly light and easily done by yourself.

After removing the bed, there is a square aluminum plate (heatsheild) just laying on the frame rails. Be sure NOT to forget this plate during reassembly and plugging the lights into the harness.

Reinstall in reverse order.

Removing the bed in this manner takes less that 3 minutes when using a cordless drill/driver (about 5-6 minutes manually) and makes washing under the bed and the top of the engine a real breeze. It also allows you easy access to the CVT exhaust port so you can seal it up preventing water ingestion in the CVT during washing.

BELTS:

Only OEM listed, but helpful if you need the part #'s and tools to do it.
RZR OEM Belt: 3211113
RZR-S OEM Belt: 3211130
RZR 900XP OEM Belt: 3211142
RZRXP belt by Gates G Force 21G4140 and only cost $85.00

Tools needed to change out belt:
2 - 5/8" wrenches or socket/ratchet
1 - 3/8" wrench or preferably ratchet/socket/extension
1 - # T-27 torx bit
*Needle nose pliers
*Knife
*In case belt shreds

Bearings:

RZR S Rear Wheel Bearings :
NAPA #UBSGRW237 Heavy Duty
NAPA#PRFPGRW237 Econo
(Used in VW Golf and Audi TT)
#510003 BCA bearing

Front Wheel Bearing 800 rzr #4dac407200331 This is a VBF bearing # but should allow for reference of others from it.

Coolant:

Polaris 60/40 Anti-Freeze / Coolant
Coolant Capacity 4.8 qts. / 4.5 liters

Radiator Cap Replacement: 2011 xp 2011 OEM - $34.99 Prestone RR-29 $3.99 Nice!

Later model XP's are different though.

CV Boot Bands:

Front inner cv on the standard rzr, --O'reilly's. From what I can find, may also work on front outter and rear inner, may work on other axles also...
CV boot grease and bands..$9.99... also a cotter key and ring for axle
Precision 5860 - Cv Boot | O'Reilly Auto Parts
Also picked up better bands...Small $1.99 Precision 3415 - Boot Clamp | O'Reilly Auto Parts
Large $1.99 Precision 3416 - Boot Clamp | O'Reilly Auto Parts
Banding tool I got from NAPA, looked stronger and better ... cant find on NAPA site, but this is it ~$25.00 K-D Tools 3191 CV Joint Boot Clamp Tightening Wrench
You can cross Ref: the O'reilly's part # and it will tell you what vehicles it fits so you can get it at other parts stores.

Fatners/bolts:

PUSH PINS (fenders and body panels)
$6.99 for 25 pack
ClipsAndFasteners.com - Automotive Retainers,Clips and Fasteners
longer M10 bolts for the A-Arm and shock mounts
i.e. when modding the A-Arm holes and shock mount holes w/ thicker plates you need longer bolts.
longer bolts are found on your hubs and brakes (see post #92 page 7 for pics , #’s, and details)

Fuel pump:

Airtex E8335

Front Diff Oil Seal Alternative:

http://www.rzrforums.net/general-rz...l-rzr-discussion/rzr-xp-900/...ference-2.html
Replacement seal and it measures the exact same as the OEM. Calipers measured inside/outside/thickness/lip height etc. Looks like they are built slightly different in the lips but see no reason they will not work. Application temp range is -40 through 258 degrees.

Metric Oil Seal 30mm-34mm Internal Diameter 30X40X4-MOS/D at Rocket Seals


Oil Filters:

NAPA 1356
Purolator pl14610
Mobile M1-110
Bosch 3323
Walmart Supertech ST7317
Fram XG 7317 or tg7317
Wix 51356
K&N hp1010
amsoil EaOM103C will fit the rzr xp from Polaris part # 2520799



OILS, LUBRICANTS, FLUIDS:

Polaris Fluid Requirements:
( Lube-Tech blends Polaris Lubricants. Lubrication Technologies: Advanced Quality Lubricants and Fuels )

Front Gearcase Oil:
Polaris Demand Drive LT Premium Fluid
6.75 oz. (200 ml)

Transmission Oil: Main Gearcase
Polaris High Performance AGL
24 oz. (710 ml)

Transmission Oil: Transfer Case
Polaris High Performance AGL
14 oz. (414 ml)

Rear Gearcase Oil:
Polaris Premium ADF
18 oz. (532 ml)

Engine Oil:

2008: Premium 4-Cycle Synthetic OW-40
2009: Premium 4-Cycle Synthetic 2W-50
2010: Premium 4-Cycle Synthetic 2W-50
2011: PS-4 PLUS Synthetic Engine Oil
Oil Capacity w/wet engine 1.9 qts.
OEM Oil Filter - #2540086
MORE lubes:
Transmission and Transfer case: = Amsoil Series 2000 synthetic chaincase lubricant (TCC)

The following May not be equivalent to Polaris brand but has been used with no reported issues.
= Synthetic ATF
= Lucas semi-synthetic ATF sure shift

Rear differential:

Polaris Premium ATV Angle Drive Fluid part #2871653

= Amsoil Severe Gear 75W-90 Synthetic Gear Oil (SVG)
= Red line Line Synthetic 75/90
= Lucas 75-90
= Mobil 1 synthetic 75/90

Front differential:
Polaris Premium Demand Drive Fluid LT part # 2871651 6oz / 2871654 1qt
Lube Propeler shaft
Polaris Premium U-joint Libe part # 2871551
Lube Control arm Pivot Bushings FT/RR
Polaris Premium All Season Grease part# 2871423
AMSOIL STUFF
Demand drive fluid is just a hydraulic fluid with a fancy name. ATF is a hydraulic fluid, its all about the viscosity of the fluid. Gear lube does not qualify as a hydraulic fluid and using 75W-90 or similar is using a lube that is 10x thicker that what is required. The hub needs a lighter fluid, less than a 10wt.

Speaking strictly using AMSOIL

In the front hub, use only the (ATFQT) Muliti-vehicle Automatic Transmission Fluid, not the Dexron VI low viscosity. Shock Therapy used to be recommended years ago. They no longer recommend the shock therapy since they improved their ATF. about 5 yrs ago

Rear Axle use (SVGQT) 75W-90 Severe Gear Lube

Transmission use (TCCBE) Series 2000 Chaincase Lube

Transaxle (trans and axle in one unit) use (TTCBE) Series 2000 Chaincase Lube
AMSOIL synthetic-powersports-atv-utv-oil
Tractor Supply, Travelers Premium Universal Transmission/Hydraulic Fluid for Front Diff, Transmission, Transfercase. This is a Direct Replacment for the Mobil 424 Fluid that the Mfg Hilliard puts in the Front Diffs.

Pure ole Dino 80w90 weight for Rear Diff. Wally World

Rotella T 15w40 Oil for engine Wally World
Purolater PL14610 Wally World



Spark Plugs:
NGK model BKR7EIX 2667 iridium IX's
O'reillys - $8.99 (Did not carry, but could order them)
Pep Boys - (Claimed they couldn't even order them)
Autozone - $8.89 (Did not carry, but could order them)
NAPA Auto Parts - $8.49 (Had them in stock)

Prop shaft:
2012 rzr xp propshaft steady bearing can be replaced with a bearing out of a toyata tacoma 2x4. toyata part #37230 35120

Starter:
11 S in Canada: Recreation Supply Part number 05-2853 $157.99

Tools for RZR.
5/16 3/8 7/16 1/2 9/16 5/8 11/16 3/4
9/16 deep socket 5/8 deep socket

METRIC
8mm(same as 5/16) 10mm 11mm(same as 7/16) 12mm 13mm 14mm(same as 9/16) 15mm 17mm 19mm(same as 3/4) 30mm

TORX
#25 or #27(one thread said the 27 fits better)

ALLEN WRENCHES
4mm 5mm 6mm 8mm
3/8" rachet with 6" extension
3/8" swivel
Flat Screw Driver and #2 Phillips

Throttle body :
2005 and newer Sportsman 500/700/800 throttle bodies are the same as 08-09 RZR 800 and they have the boss for a 3rd injector
 

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Great idea


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Great idea. maybe they'll make a wiki from this thread once all the data is collected.
 

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RZR S Rear Wheel Bearings :
NAPA #UBSGRW237 Heavy Duty
NAPA#PRFPGRW237 Econo

Used in VW Golf and Audi TT (credit to: team_arctic68)
Others posted using them
 

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OIL FILTERS:

NAPA 1356
Purolator pl14610
Mobile M1-110
Bosch 3323
Walmart Supertech ST7317
Fram XG 7317 or tg7317
Wix 51356
K&N hp1010
(credit to Turkeyhunter)
 

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Ive seen a thread on oils, that can be used, if anyone has them to add. I know there are lots of debates on that topic, just want to post for those that want to use them.
 

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good job mark nice thread..
 

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OILS and LUBRICANTS, FLUIDS:

Polaris Fluid Requirements:
( Lube-Tech blends Polaris Lubricants. Lubrication Technologies: Advanced Quality Lubricants and Fuels )

Front Gearcase Oil:
Polaris Demand Drive LT Premium Fluid
6.75 oz. (200 ml)

Transmission Oil: Main Gearcase
Polaris High Performance AGL
24 oz. (710 ml)

Transmission Oil: Transfer Case
Polaris High Performance AGL
14 oz. (414 ml)

Rear Gearcase Oil:
Polaris Premium ADF
18 oz. (532 ml)

Engine Oil:
2008: Premium 4-Cycle Synthetic OW-40
2009: Premium 4-Cycle Synthetic 2W-50
2010: Premium 4-Cycle Synthetic 2W-50
2011: PS-4 PLUS Synthetic Engine Oil
Oil Capacity w/wet engine 1.9 qts.
OEM Oil Filter - #2540086

Polaris 60/40 Anti-Freeze / Coolant
Coolant Capacity 4.8 qts. / 4.5 liters



(Credit to MotoXXX)
 

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BELTS:

Only OEM listed, but helpful if you need the part #'s and tools to do it.

Belts:
RZR OEM Belt: 3211113
RZR-S OEM Belt: 3211130
RZR 900XP OEM Belt: 3211142
Tools needed to change out belt:
2 - 5/8" wrenches or socket/ratchet
1 - 3/8" wrench or preferably ratchet/socket/extension
1 - # T-27 torx bit
*Needle nose pliers
*Knife
*In case belt shreds

(thanks to MOTOXXX)
 

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Re: Rzr crossover and alternative to oem parts thread POST YOUR FINDS!!

I thought I might start a thread to post OEM crossover numbers, places to buy, etc. I'm always coming across bearing #s, oil alternatives, parts people have found to work on the rzr, etc that I wish I kept, so here is a place to do it. Post up what you have found to work in place of OEM, where you got it, and even a price if you remember.
Great idea!! It will be very useful.
 

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Fuel pump: Airtex E8335
 

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I've been copying various stuff outa posts for a longtime, and pasting into this one file. This data has been pouched from various threads over many years, soo some stuff has been superceded since then. Take it for what its worth !



Here's a basic list
of tools needed for rzr.

5/16 3/8 7/16 1/2 9/16 5/8 11/16 3/4
9/16 deep socket 5/8 deep socket

METRIC
8mm(same as 5/16) 10mm 11mm(same as 7/16) 12mm 13mm 14mm(same as 9/16) 15mm 17mm 19mm(same as 3/4) 30mm

TORX
#25 or #27(one thread said the 27 fits better)

ALLEN WRENCHES
4mm 5mm 6mm 8mm

3/8" rachet with 6" extension
3/8" swivel
Flat Screw Driver and #2 Phillips
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Plug

NGK model BKR7EIX 2667 iridium IX's


Here's a list of oils and filters I stole from somewhere.

Oil filters:
Napa Oil Filter #1357
Purolator Pure One part number is PL14610
Mobil-1 M1-110 (~$11)
Bosch 3323 (~$7)
SuperTech (Wal-Mart brand) ST7317
Fram XG7317 or tg7317
Amsoil filter # ?


Fluids:

Engine:
Polaris 0W-40 Premium Synthetic


= (any good 0w-40w synthetic motor oil)
MOBIL 1, ROYAL PURPULE, AMSOIL ETC.


Transmission and Transfer case:
Polaris Synthetic Gearcase Lubricant (AGL) part #2873602

= Amsoil Series 2000 synthetic chaincase lubricant (TCC)

The following May not be equivalent to Polaris brand but has been used with no reported issues.
= Synthetic ATF
= Lucas semi-synthetic ATF sure shift

Rear differential:
Polaris Premium ATV Angle Drive Fluid part #2871653

= Amsoil Severe Gear 75W-90 Synthetic Gear Oil (SVG)
= Red line Line Synthetic 75/90
= Lucas 75-90
= Mobil 1 synthetic 75/90


Front differential:
Polaris Premium Demand Drive Fluid LT part # 2871651 6oz / 2871654 1qt


Lube Propeler shaft
Polaris Premium U-joint Libe part # 2871551

= ?

Lube Control arm Pivot Bushings FT/RR
Polaris Premium All Season Grease part# 2871423


AMSOIL STUFF

Demand drive fluid is just a hydraulic fluid with a fancy name. ATF is a hydraulic fluid, its all about the viscosity of the fluid. Gear lube does not qualify as a hydraulic fluid and using 75W-90 or similar is using a lube that is 10x thicker that what is required. The hub needs a lighter fluid, less than a 10wt.

Speaking strictly using AMSOIL

In the front hub, use only the (ATFQT) Muliti-vehicle Automatic Transmission Fluid, not the Dexron VI low viscosity. Shock Therapy used to be recommended years ago. They no longer recommend the shock therapy since they improved their ATF. about 5 yrs ago

Rear Axle use (SVGQT) 75W-90 Severe Gear Lube

Transmission use (TCCBE) Series 2000 Chaincase Lube

Transaxle (trans and axle in one unit) use (TTCBE) Series 2000 Chaincase Lube

AMSOIL synthetic-powersports-atv-utv-oil

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