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If you’re looking for the best front a-arm skid plates for your Polaris RZR4, there are many great options out there. For Highlifter editions, Trail Armor makes a great set of a-arm guards for the factory arched arms of the Highlifter, which also fits perfectly in the RZR Trails & Rocks edition. BCC skids are another small manufacturer that makes quality RZR4 a-arm skid plates and guards, and a company called Factory UTV are notorious in the powersports scene for being pioneers with their UHMW skid guard technology. With trailing and a-arm guards, their skids are widely regarded as being the best in the business.
But regardless of what type of a-arms you’re packing, if you have a-arm guards on your RZR4 -- or plastic axle boot guards -- you may have found that they sometimes fill up with mud, leaves, sagebrush, and other debris from the trail. This is an unfortunate issue with a-arm guards. They tend to catch debris which leads to a higher chance of a ripped boot. Typically, the rear a-arm guards are where most riders see significant buildup, which, if you don’t clear out periodically, will start to rub against the boots. And while you might be tempted to drill a few holes in the a-arms to mitigate the issue, your best option may be upgrading to high clearance a-arms to add clearance and reduce dragging in the rear. Front a-arms tend to bend more frequently, so upgrading just the rear a-arm of your RZR4 may be enough
In addition to Polaris RZR4 a-arm guards and a-arms, lower and upper a-arm bushings are also components that are consistently upgraded and replaced. If you’re replacing your old a-arm bushings with stock a-arm bushings, know that they changed the style of bushings starting with the 2017 Polaris RZR models. The previous model of bushings could almost be twisted out by hand. Otherwise, a pair of channel locks should allow you to twist and pull the bushings out. Make sure the area is clean before you start and then slap some grease on the bushings. Press your new RZR bushings in by hand or give them a little happy tap with a rubber mallet. If both methods don’t work, a large c-clamp can definitely help get the job done. And if you’re looking to go with non-stock bushings, Garage Products is the go-to place for aftermarket RZR a-arm bushings.