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  • A Look At The 2018 Ranger 570 Mid-Size Crew

    As 2018 winds to a close and the new year rapidly approaches, you might be asking yourself “Should I get a 2018 Polaris Ranger 570 Mid-Size Crew, or should I pop on the 2019 edition?”. Or perhaps, you’re questioning other Polaris Ranger models like the 900 or 1000 -- which do have more power, but also cost more. While you compare and contrast the price differences (which, at present, amount to around $3,000 between the 2018 and 2019 Polaris Ranger Mid-Size Crews) and performance specs, a quick look into the economics at play may also aid you in your decision making process.

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  • Easy Tips and Tricks for Repairing and Replacing Polaris Ranger CV Joints and Boots

    Constant-velocity joints -- also known as homokinetic joints -- allow a vehicle to transfer power from the drive shaft to the axle under a wide range of angles and without adding unnecessary friction or movement.

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  • The Polaris Ranger Axle Paradox: Why Cheap Axles Could Be Better For Your Machine

    Throughout the years, we’ve received countless phone calls, texts, and emails from people looking to repair, replace, or upgrade their Polaris Ranger axles. Some people were experiencing issues with the length and fitment of their aftermarket Polaris Ranger axles, while others were concerned about the strength and durability of the CV joints, boots, and other drive-train components. Continue reading

  • Polaris Ranger Axle Analysis: An In-Depth Exploration of Aftermarket Side-By-Side Axles

    Despite large increases in power, torque and overall weight, most UTVs -- and the Polaris Ranger in particular -- still run the same axle sizes as their lighter, less powerful, predecessors. And in an era rife with heavy-duty, high-performance modifications, broken Polaris Ranger axles are among the most common issues that riders experience -- coming in just behind flat tires and belt failures.

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