Despite all the well-deserved hype surrounding some Polaris RZR aftermarket spring kits, many people would prefer to just rework the valving and swap out the springs. But whatever your thoughts are on Polaris RZR shock absorbers and suspension kits, we’ve got something for you. It doesn’t matter if you dabble in moto, strictly rock crawl, trail ride, or partake in a combination of everything, we’ve got the shocks, springs, and valving to optimize your ride on everything from dunes to double-track.
Absorbency, ground clearance, better performance… These are just some of the features that come to mind when you upgrade your shocks at Everything Polaris RZR. Your Polaris RZR has never run smoother. Shocks allow your UTV to drive through the most rugged terrain while you and your passengers sit comfortably on the inside. Why settle for stock shocks that can’t guarantee this? We supply the best shocks for your RZR XP 1000, your RZR XP Turbo and your RZR-S 1000. We also have shock accessories like Shock Clamps and Front Shock Guards from brands like Modquad and Assault Industries. Basically, we have all the shock-related items that you would need for your machine. With the best brands in the UTV aftermarket accessory industry available, you’ll be able to ride smoother in no time. Get shocks and shock accessories for your side by side from Everything Polaris RZR.
If your RZR runs like a lumber wagon, if it sounds like your front is going to fall off, or if your stock shocks need a good rebuild because they started leaking oil, we’ve got the gear for you. Our selection of RZR 800s shocks is myriad, and our RZR 900 as well as RZR 1000 shocks are quite diverse as well. If you want to rebuild your shocks with a new seal kit and oil or are looking to upgrade your suspension setup altogether with some brand new shocks, nothing rides smoother than an RZR rolling on new shocks. A friend of the site had a 2016 RZR 900s and kept hearing loud clunking noises coming from the front end. His rear was sagging a bit as well, which led us to believe that there was no nitrogen left in his shocks. We had him push on the caps on the bottom of the shock reservoirs to see if he could move them — as softer caps and the presence of oil indicates a worn shock. He caped his shocks with new seals and recharged the nitrogen… no more clunking. Nitrogen is important because it keeps the oil in your shocks from boiling.
In addition to the standard RZR shocks, many RZRs have little shocks on the trailing arms for articulation in the mountains and on rough terrain. For dune riding and other more mellow terrain, these shock links may not be necessary, but if you’re doing a lot of off-camber stuff they perform far better than stock links. Tender springs and replacing your shock springs with HD springs like those by Shock Therapy can also help. Riders with a bunch of extra weight with all the accessories can definitely benefit from heavier shock springs, however tender swaps may not do any good since the RZR already comes with the heaviest rear tender that Polaris makes. So if you want to gain ride quality with some tender springs that aren't fully collapsed but don't want any more ride height, you’ll need crossover rings to tune in when you want the rear mains to kick in. Alternatively, if you aren't satisfied with that, you could be better off having someone change the stack inside your shocks. Or, you can also take the coils to a foundry that reworks springs, they can rework your existing springs for a lot cheaper than buying new RZR shock springs. No matter if you’re looking for RZR 800s shocks, shock components, or advice about how to make your shocks perform better, the go-to place for serious RZR owners is Everything Polaris RZR.
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