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It doesn’t matter if you’re on the hunt for replacement OEM parts for your 2016 Polaris RZR 4 900 EPS trail model or you’re looking to upgrade to some higher-grade aftermarket parts for your 4-seater RZR 1000, here at Everything Polaris RZR, we’ve got the goodies to make any Powersports enthusiast drool. Even if your RZR 4 is running as it should, it’s not a bad idea to replace the OEM stuff with better parts and use OEM for spares. Regardless of if you’re after quality or a low price in your replacement Polaris parts, you can sometimes find both in the same product. Hunterworks, for instance, makes UTV belts for the RZR 4 that are as good as OEM, but cheaper. Similarly, a company called Eastlake makes a killer spare axle. Like the belts by Hunterworks, they perform like stock but cost less.
In most cases in life and in the UTV world, best replacement parts and the cheapest replacement parts are mutually exclusive. But if you reframe your idea of price and instead think in terms of long-term value, spending a bit more upfront can pay dividends for years to come. Take Keller ball joints as an example. They’re costly for sure, but they don’t break or pull out, which not only cuts costs in the long run but also saves you from hours of frustration and wasted time. On a similar vein, replacement RZR bushings by Performance SXS are also not cheap. But like the Keller ball joints, they’re pure quality. And because the manufacturer stands behind their bushings with a lifetime warranty, you can be sure that it’s not just marketing claptrap or PR BS. Speaking of RZR replacement parts with a lifetime warranty, tie rods by Gilbert Designs are also covered for life. And since we’re on the subject of replacement parts that don’t fail, I must mention Cycle Works, home of the plug-&-play 65-amp regulator. While you might be able to find cheaper options out there, most riders see the value in long-term thinking when it comes to replacing parts on their Polaris RZR 4.