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Not having the right tools to get the job done can be a thing of the past when you choose from the great selection of Polaris RS1 tools available here at Everything Polaris RZR. While you have been a boss at improvising all this time, investing in the tools that are designed specifically for Side by Sides can save you time and effort in some cases, and using the wrong tools can also cost you more if damage is incurred. Whether you're looking at RS1 tools for your shop or emergency tools for trailside fixes, we've got the quality tools that work just as hard as you do. Things like cordless drills, compressors, and impactors are sure handy when working on the RS1, but the right drill bits, dap and dye sets, as well as sockets are required as well. Allen keys and tori bits are must-haves, while pliers and wrenches are compulsory as well. And while most of the tools needed to work on the Polaris RS1 are commonly found in your everyday shop or garage, there are a few UTV specific tools that every RS1 rider should own.
To adjust the coil spring of your RS1, you should use the spanner that came with the machine in the owners manual bag. If you bought your rig used, however, a straight pin tool can work, and some would argue that it works even better than spanner wrenches. From the factory the wheel bearings aren’t packed with grease, just a light coating. So even if you bought your machine used, a grease gun should be used to pack your wheel bearings with grease every few rides or so. Don't forget to grease the center driveshaft under the cupholder plate as well, as this is often overlooked. And to store all your tools, let us not forget about a Polaris RS1 tool box. Mount it to your bumper or roll cage and keep it stocked with 15mm,10mm, and 13mm sockets, t40, a tire plug kit, a slide hammer with vise grips for stuck axles, and snap ring pliers. No matter what happens on the trail, be sure you have the tools to take care of it. After all, even if you're toting along the right parts, they are pretty much useless without the tools to install them!