Everything Polaris RZR has those front diffs and differential components to repair, replace, or upgrade the front differentials of your Polaris RZR. But in addition to the front differential itself, the drive fluid you use in the front differential of your Polaris RZR is also important. And when it comes to Polaris' front differential oil -- and other fluids as well -- there's a lot of white noise, disinformation, and fake news floating around out there in the Powersports and UTV communities. Some riders might tell you to only run Polaris branded, on-demand drive fluid in your RZR; the stuff that is specifically made for the front differential of Polaris AWD machines. They'll quote horror stories from online forums and tell you to use something else at your own peril. The fact of the matter is that selling oil is very profitable for big UTV makers and their associated network of dealers. And while you should always be skeptical of fluids that claim to be better but cannot prove it, you should not fall prey to the scare tactics used to push rebranded oil at a premium.
But if you really believe that Polaris has their own factory somewhere to manufacture this 'proprietary fluid', then give us a call because we've got some cheap ocean-front property in Wyoming for sale. A company called Lube Tech is the lube supplier to many Powersports OEMs. They are a private label for any OEM that wants lubes to sell with their one name and brand on the bottle. In the case of Polaris, a firm called Hilliard is the manufacture of the front diff fluid for almost all Polaris machines, straight from a tech at Hilliard. That demand drive fluid is nothing more than fancy hydraulic fluid. Cub Cadet also uses Hilliard as the supplier for their self-branded differential oil. Don't believe us? Juxtapose the specs and requirements of the differential fluid brands and give them a side-by-side look. You'll see that everything is exactly the same.