I'm assuming I need a pair of these?
This is a discussion on first repair job within the Ranger XP 900 & 570 FS Discussions forums, part of the Polaris Ranger Forums category; Broke something on the ranger this weekend. I haven't taken it apart yet to see what's actually broken. There's a popping noise when it's moving ...
Broke something on the ranger this weekend. I haven't taken it apart yet to see what's actually broken. There's a popping noise when it's moving and turning to the right. This is the rear passenger side by the way. I've sort of been looking forward to breaking some common things so that I can beef things up some. Like I said, haven't torn into it yet, but I was curious if you guys knew what I was in store for, and if anyone has any recommendations for a site to buy parts from. Sorry for the sideways picture, I can't figure out how to rotate it apparently.
Cv axle boot is ripped, how long has it been ripped like that?
Once it tosses out all of its grease its only a matter of time before it goes snap
I think you found your "popping" noise lol
2018 XP1K Crew Northstar, 2014 XP1K, 2015 XP1K4, 2014 Ace 325, 2004 Sportsman 450ho, 2005 RMK IQ 900 mod sled, Polaris THE WAY OUT
The sound NOW is the the money vacating your wallet. Powersportsnation has used parts. Couple other vendors offer replacements
Life's journey is not to arrive at the grave safely in a well preserved body,but rather to skid in sideways totally worn out shouting WHAT A RUSH, WHAT A RIDE. WHOA !
2007 Polaris Ranger700 XP LE
Rhino 2.0 heavy duty $225 a superatv. Used OEM at powersports $45 if I ave read the items right. I don't know about the possible rebuilding of cv items
I apologize if I'm asking ignorant questions, I'm new to working on things with 4 wheels. The Rhino 2.0 axles have the joints on both ends (from the service manual they're called CV Joint and Plunging Joint)- my question is, are those joints superior to OEM in some way? Or is the Rhino 2.0's only benefit over OEM the diameter of the actual axle?