From steering shaft fasteners and power steering kits to aftermarket steering wheels, if you’re looking to upgrade or replace components of your General’s steering system, you’ve come to the right place. As the primary contact point between the rider and the machine, the feel of the steering system holds significant importance in terms of comfort, convenience, and overall drivability. If the steering on your Polaris General is either too touchy or not responsive enough, it will have a drastic effect on how enjoyable it is to ride. Further, the steering wheel is of particular importance, with many General owners choosing to swap out their stock steering wheel for an aftermarket steering wheel. D-shaped steering wheels are among the most popular, and wheels with quick-release functionality are common as well -- although the latter usually requires a hub kit adapter to work with the stock steering column. Dragonfire, NRG, and Assault Industries all make a good D-shaped steering wheel, which many riders prefer for various reasons. We’ve even seen people running the sport steering wheel from a John Deere RSX860I on their Polaris General. But whatever aftermarket steering wheel you choose, it would behoove you to get a steering wheel puller to remove the stock wheel -- which basically works like a gear puller to release the wheel from the steering column. Alternatively, if you don’t want to buy a steering wheel puller, you might find some success by hooking a strap behind the factory wheel, running it around the top roll bar, unscrewing the bolt until it’s almost off, and lightly tapping it to pop the wheel right off.