Whether you’re running stock RS1 axles or aftermarket RS1 axles, if you’re going through axles like a madman, you might have either too much antiseize or a small pin hole in the boot. And while the latter is definitely troublesome, it wouldn’t likely be the cause of a broken axle. Furthermore, a pin hole in the boot probably wouldn’t even caust the CV to slip out of the differential. Too much antiseize, on the other hand, will build up at the back of the splines in the differentials, causing the retainer clip to release the CV from the diff. Aftermarket a-arms can also put added pressure on your axles, and so too can running large tires or riding without limit straps. Limit straps help by stopping your rig before it goes to full drop, keeping the axles from binding and coming out.
If you’re suffering from a broken axle, there are options out there that can outperform OEM RS1 axles. The front RS1 axles are the same as front Polaris RZR Turbo axles. The rear RS1 axles, however, are specific to the one seater machine. Companies like HCR Racing, RCV, and SuperATV are known for their quality aftermarket RS1 axles. So if you’re going to buy new axles, you might as well upgrade and go with a set of Rhino 2.0s by SuperATV. Whatever axle you choose to go with though, make sure that you break it in properly. The manual suggests that for the first 50 miles, you shouldn’t run over 25mph, you should avoid any steep climbs, and you shouldn’t do any rapid accelerations or rabbit takeoffs. Be it a racing axle, trail riding axle, or an axle made specifically for jumping, at Everything Polaris RZR, we’ve got the latest and greatest RS1 axles to meet any want or need.
With the understanding of how expensive it is to acquire the Polaris RZR RS1, you need off-road aftermarket accessories of similar quality to match the prestigious class. Also, aftermarket components of high quality such as the axles guarantee you your safety as well as protection from damage of your other expensive accessories. However, if you pick the low-quality accessories that the market has to offer, you may put your life to risk and the performance of your Polaris RZR RS1. Is it worth it? Of course not. And actually, in the long run, it may cost you more. As avid off-roaders, and knowing the needs and challenges you are likely to experience in the field, we have put across a wide selection of axles from top-rated brands. Compared to the value you’ll get, we term these axles as affordable. You will also discover that these axles are made to work perfectly with the Polaris RZR RS1 as they also innovative, sturdy, extremely rugged and future proof. So, ride with confidence and rise above the field limitations of rough terrains or careless drivers with our selection of axles suited for the new Polaris RZR RS1.
Your Polaris RZR RS1’s axles are one of those parts you don’t want to skimp out on. Whether you’re looking to upgrade your Polaris RZR RS1’s axles by necessity due to an accident or by choice because you want an increase in riding performance, Everything Polaris RZR is your one stop shop for the best aftermarket UTV axles from top brands like SuperATV, High Lifter, Warthog ATV, and L&W Fab. Don’t wait around for your Polaris RZR RS1’s stock axles to break. These axles offer a stronger, better performing, and much more durable alternative to your Polaris RZR RS1’s OEM axles.
Upgrading your Polaris RZR RS1 with a set of heavy-duty axles is a sure-fire way to ensure you’ll never be sidelined with a busted axle ever again. SuperATV makes great heavy-duty axles for the Polaris RZR RS1. The Polaris RZR XP 1000 / RS1 Heavy Duty Axle | Rhino Axles by SuperATV make for the perfect replacement for your flimsy stock axles. These axles are built with 4340 chromoly steel to handle the roughest off-road riding and feature high articulation angles for maximum flexibility. Say goodbye to your Polaris RZR RS1’s unreliable stock axles and make the switch to aftermarket UTV axles from Everything Polaris RZR.
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