Polaris RZR S 1000 RackBoss 2.0 Rack and Pinion for Big Lift KitsA Rack and Pinion That Won't Break
Your RZR was built to take the road less traveled, but what about your rack and pinion? Most rack and pinions break down after miles of rough riding, but not ours. SuperATV's Polaris RZR S 1000 RackBoss 2.0 Rack and Pinion is specifically designed to never wear out thanks to our X24 technology. It's a unique dual-bushing design that reduces wear and tear by over 50%. When you wear out that OEM rack and pinion—and you will wear it out—don't replace it with the same parts. Upgrade to a RackBoss 2.0 that can put up with your giant lift, big tires, and other heavy-duty upgrades without ruining your steering.
Dual-Bushings for Durability
Our X24 technology is built for the way you ride. The durable PTFE bushings on both ends reduce unnecessary movement from internal gears and springs. There's a built-in grease fitting too, so you can easily flush out the crud if you regularly bury your rig in the slop. Altogether, X24 tech reduces wear by over 50%. That means your rack and pinion will last longer no matter how you abuse your machine.
Solid Steel Bar Z-Bend Tie Rods
We didn't skip a single detail with RackBoss 2.0—that's why we include hardcore tie rods. Our Z-bend tie rods are a full 1” in diameter and made from solid steel. The tie rod ends are durable heim joints with 16 mm rack threads on one side and 3/4” rod threads on the other. The Z-bend is enforced with custom gussets for improved strength and performance. Put it all together and you've got a virtually indestructible tie rod.
- Heavy-duty dual PTFE bushings:
- Designed with X24 tech
- Prevents wear
- Reduces slop
- Improves overall durability
- Solid steel and billet aluminum tie rods use:
- 3/4â€ outer tie rod ends
- Rebuildable inner tie rod ends that use 3/4â€ rod threads and 16 mm rack threads
- 65% larger housing than stock
- Over 50% less wear than OEM after 15,000 cycles
- Grease fitting for rack gears
- Polaris RZR S 1000 : 2016-2020
- Polaris RZR S4 1000 : 2019-2020