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There are many ways to augment, adjust, and improve the rear suspension of your RZR 4 to better suit your riding style. Adding high-clearance rear suspension links is a popular move, and S3 rods or SATV’s boxed links are both pretty stout -- and a lot beefier than stocks. But if your rear suspension links bend, resist the urge to straighten them. Once they bend, they are weak and will bend right back. And while you can fab up some new ones at home using thick-wall tubing reinforced with ¼” angle iron, it’s highly suggested that you just go with an aftermarket set from companies like Zbroz, ZRP, or SuperATV -- especially because the latter offers a lifetime warranty. And don’t be worried if your tires are slightly leaned in at the top. It all depends on what you're driving on and how you want the suspension to react, but it is typical to have the tires be two degrees negative with an aftermarket set of suspension links.

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In addition to aftermarket rear suspension links, you can also get more “arc” out of your rear suspension system and gain more ground clearance in the back with aftermarket tender springs. There are many options out there, but some are better than others. Installing Highlifter tenders can increase your ride height, and the RT Pro Kit is another solid option. Unlike some of the other options out there, these tenders won’t sag over time and collapse like other tender springs.


If you’re not racing or drifting around corners, you might like the ride of your RZR 4 with the sway bar (AKA the stabilizer) removed. While the sway bar does flex to allow for independent movement on each side of the suspension, the RZR 4 sway bar is pretty firm. It assists instability to keep body roll in check, but may not be optimal or even necessary for all types of riding. Running too stiff of suspension on jumps, for instance, can be disastrous -- especially if you lift the throttle before the lip of the jump. If you’re jumping your RZR, you need to stay on the gas and follow it until the back tires are about to leave the ground. Let off too soon and it'll nosedive, too late and it'll drop the rear first. But regardless of if you’re jumping, racing, hill climbing, or leisure cruising with your family, at Everything Polaris RZR, we’ve got the rear suspension kits and components to make your RZR 4 ride exactly how you want it to.

Shop 2019 RZR 4 Models: 2019 RZR 4 XP 1000 Rear Drive Line / Suspension | 2019 RZR 4 XP Turbo Rear Drive Line / Suspension | 2019 RZR 4 XP Turbo S Rear Drive Line / Suspension | 2019 RZR 4 S 1000 Rear Drive Line / Suspension

Shop 2020 RZR 4 Models: 2020 RZR 4 S 1000 Rear Drive Line / Suspension | 2020 RZR 4 XP 1000 Rear Drive Line / Suspension | 2020 RZR 4 XP Turbo Rear Drive Line / Suspension | 2020 RZR 4 XP Turbo S Rear Drive Line / Suspension | 2020 RZR 4 Pro XP Rear Drive Line / Suspension

Shop 2021 RZR 4 Models: 2021 RZR 4 Pro XP Rear Drive Line / Suspension | 2021 RZR 4 XP 1000 Rear Drive Line / Suspension | 2021 RZR 4 XP Turbo Rear Drive Line / Suspension | 2021 RZR 4 XP Turbo S Rear Drive Line / Suspension

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