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Polaris Ranger 900 Diesel High Clearance 1" Forward Offset A Arms

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  • Polaris Ranger 900 Diesel : 2011-2014
  • Polaris Ranger 900 Diesel Crew : 2012-2014
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Polaris Ranger High Clearance 1" Offset A Arms



Polaris Ranger High Clearance Forward Offset A Arms
Get the most out of your Ranger XP/Crew with SuperATV's maximum clearance forward a arms. Get an additional 2" of clearance without adding a lift kit! Backed by a Lifetime Warranty and featuring 25% larger tubing, our unique dual bend design forward control arms are carefully crafted to maintain factory steering geometry. What does that mean for you? No added wear and tear on important components such as axles and tie rods! To give your machine the Ultimate clearance pair with 2-3" Lift Kit.

Industry Leading Adjustability
SuperATV a arms feature the industry leading Adjustable Upper Pivot Blocks allowing for full camber adjustment. Unlike others, our arms allow you to custom tailor your ride to fit your individual needs. Add a lift, new shocks, or larger tires and eliminate premature tire wear, often caused by misalignment, and keep the ride quality you want.

All-Inclusive Kit
SuperATV provides an all-inclusive kit containing Extended Tie Rod Ends ($50 value). As you move your A Arms forward, you also need to adjust the toe on your steering rack. Don't be fooled by spacer or shock relocation kits, the only way to correctly utilize full thread engagement and maintain factory steering alignment is to use our extended tie rod ends. They are an invaluable feature that also give you the capability to optimize your alignment after the addition of a lift kit or different suspension. A Steering Stop Kit ($24.95 value) is added as well to prevent over steering which would create unneeded bind on your axles.

Polaris Ranger 900 Diesel High Clearance 1" Forward Offset A Arms

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