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Increase the clearance of your Polaris Ranger Crew by installing a set of high-clearance A-Arms from Everything Polaris Ranger today! Toying with the idea of running bigger tires on your Polaris Ranger Crew, or just tired of worrying about damaging the underside of your machine due to lack of ground clearance? Then now is the time to add a set of high-clearance A-Arms to your side by side! Everyone knows that if you plan on jacking up your ride with a new lift kit or bigger wheels that you'll also have to consider swapping out your stock A-Arms for a set of high-quality, high-clearance aftermarket A-Arms! Give your Polaris Ranger Crew that increased ground clearance you'll need to maneuver over those treacherous ground obstacles on or off the trails! No more worrying about bottoming out or damaging your stock A-arms with a set of durable, aftermarket A-arms offered by Everything Polaris Ranger! Our selection of great products is impressive - We've got top brands right here at your fingertips, like SuperATV! Looking to add a set of front A-arms or rear A-arms, then you're in the right place for the right gear suited especially for your needs!
While running strong Polaris Ranger a-arms and adequate UTV a-arm guards cannot be overstated, the a-arm tabs on the frame are also important -- hence why later Polaris Ranger models beefed them up somewhat with the tops on the inside of the tabs welded more thoroughly. If your Polaris Ranger Crew a-arm tabs and diff plate break off, tear, or bend, you’ll be down for the count for days at best, and months at worst -- it’s a nightmare waiting to happen. We’ve heard countless horror stories about front and rear Polaris Crew a-arms cracking at the weld and separating. It’s a common problem, and should definitely be investigated before you start adding stuff like pottals, lifts, and heavy tires. This Ranger a-arm tab issue is especially insidious if you run tracks on your machine. If you live in snowy climates or find that the terrain you ride is better suited for tracks, getting an upgraded Polaris Ranger Crew frame with a reinforced a-arm tab is definitely advisable. Alternatively, you can pull your machine’s a-arms and weld the inside of the tabs yourself, just make sure to clean the extra weld back out so the a-arms will fit. Difficult no doubt but worth the trouble as you’ll gain at least 10x in terms of strength. They also make frame stiffeners that help handle all of the added stress of aftermarket Polaris Ranger Crew accessories. It’s basically a plate that bolts up to the bottom of your Crew in the front with the tabs that bolt through the suspension. Perhaps not necessary, but for sure worth considering.
Another issue that many riders face regarding their Polaris Crew a-arms is that their a-arm bushings squeak like a rabid dog with a chew toy. Sure you can oil them up before every ride, but that can be a hassle and a half. Replacing all the a-arm bushings is on option, with complete Polaris Crew bushing kits like those by All Balls and Garage Products. If you’re a bit pedantic about your machine or just easily annoyed by a-arm bushings that squeak, these side-by-side a-arm bushing kits are a viable option.