If your Polaris General sounds like a dryer full of marbles when you take it over 30mph, your front driveline probably has issues. If you catch it in time, you might be able to take action before an out-of-phase or unbalanced driveshaft takes out a front differential pinion seal, a carrier bearing, a snorkel gear, or other important front driveline component. Some parts of the General driveline can be repaired when things grenade, but in some cases, you might just have to replace your General’s driveline with an aftermarket upgrade from companies like CCI and Sandcraft. Driveline problems are particularly more frequent for those who run large aftermarket tires. Most stock machines will not be able to handle even the smallest amounts of abuse when running 32’s without something breaking. While you can upgrade your General’s axles with some Rhino 2.0s or a similarly reinforced axle, you want your axles to be the weak point. If not, then forces are transferred to other elements of the driveline, which may be more expensive and difficult to repair.