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Commonly known as torque rods, there is simply no way that you should be driving with a broken or damaged radius rod. Given their important function in the suspension of your RS1, the rods that you choose to replace your factory radius rods should either be on par with their stock equivalent, or they should be stronger and better, and the radius rods that we carry fall into both categories. Be it our high clearance RS1 radius rods or a set of lower radius rods from an aftermarket UTV parts manufacturer like L&W, the parts and components you'll find here are tried and tested by RS1 riders for RS1 riders. For example, we know that many aftermarket RS1 radius rods come very close to the trailing arm in the rear corner. A lesser experienced rider might be tempted to trim the trailing arm a tiny bit, but we know from experience that aftermarket radius rods are supposed to have a little movement in them, but if installed correctly, won't scrub or hit any other components.
In terms of bolt size (12mm) the radius rods for the newer RS1 machines are the same as the ones for the RZR XP Turbo and XP 1000 of the same year. However, the RS1s from 2017 and back used 10mm bolts. And while things like the uppers a-arms are the same as the Turbo, the lowers a-arms aren't. Furthermore, the rear radius rods are the same for the RS1, XP 1000 as well as the RZR Turbos, which is why if you're in doubt, you should always consult a professional. Call, e-mail, or get ahold of us in a way of your choosing and we'll be happy to walk you through which radius rods are best for your applications. It's hard to go wrong with some billet radius rods, and both ORB as well as SuperATV make some fantastic radius rods for the Polaris RS1. A friend of the site is currently running special carrier lower high clearance a-arms as well as ZRP billet aluminum high clearance radius rods and highly recommend both of them. Whatever setup your looking to run, we can help you bring it to fruition!