The Mid-Size Polaris Ranger is a powerful vehicle that can handle tough terrain with ease. However, even the most robust side-by-side has vulnerabilities, and one of these happens to be its prop shaft. The prop shaft is an essential component of the Mid-Size Polaris Ranger's drivetrain, transferring torque and power from the engine to the axles. If you've been experiencing drivetrain issues, it is likely due to your prop shaft. Fortunately, replacing or upgrading your Mid-Size Polaris Ranger's prop shaft need not be challenging.
At Everything Polaris Ranger, we have curated a selection of the finest aftermarket UTV prop shafts from the industry's leading brands. We offer prop shaft replacements, parts, and accessories such as prop shaft yokes and center bearing drive supports. Whether you need to replace your Mid-Size Polaris Ranger's stock prop shaft or upgrade your OEM prop shaft to prevent it from breaking, we have got you covered.
The Mid-Size Polaris Ranger 570 Stealth Prop Shaft by All Balls Racing is an excellent choice if you want to replace your busted stock prop shaft or upgrade to prevent it from breaking. This prop shaft has an easy-to-install two-piece design that eliminates noise and vibration. If you need new yokes, we recommend the Mid-Size Polaris Ranger Prop Shaft Replacement Yoke by SuperATV. For a new center carrier bearing, the Mid-Size Polaris Ranger XP 570 Bearing Center Drive Support by Moose is the way to go.
The Polaris Ranger Mid-Size is a powerhouse that needs a drive shaft capable of withstanding long days, brute forces, intense heat, friction, and corrosion, as well as anything else nature throws at it. Water, mud, and grit can damage a prop shaft, but an unbalanced or out-of-phase drive shaft can also damage not only the drive shaft but potentially other drivetrain components. In a linear drivetrain, the drive shaft should rotate at the same speed as the output yoke and U-joint. However, as the output angle changes, it forces the drive shaft to speed up and slow down, creating torsional and inertial vibration. Through equal operating angles, the non-uniform velocity of the front yoke cancels out that of the rear yoke, causing the output of the rear u-joint, the rear yoke attached to it, and the driven member to rotate at a constant speed.
Improper phasing can create a non-uniform velocity in the drive shaft, which leads to torsional and inertial driveline vibration. If your drive shaft is damaged beyond repair, phasing or balancing will do little to solve the problem. Fortunately, at Everything Polaris Ranger, we have the best Mid-Size prop shafts that are strong and durable enough to handle anything your Ranger can give and then some.
Though the prop shafts on your Ranger 500 are typically built to last, there may come a day when you want to replace or change from your factory prop shafts to an aftermarket prop shaft. If this is something you are contemplating, you can choose from our selection with confidence, knowing that you are choosing a prop shaft that will exceed your expectations and last for years to come. We carry the largest selection of Prop Shafts made by SuperATV, one of the biggest names in the UTV aftermarket parts industry. They have built a reputation through consistently delivering high-quality and high-end parts for side-by-side owners worldwide. When you choose a prop shaft made by SuperATV, you choose a brand you can trust. You can also find prop shafts for your Ranger 570 and the Ranger EV at Everything Polaris Ranger.