I had the same experience with my 800 and you will likely need to add some grease fittings. At this link, see the nice write up by commanderjjones, http://www.prcforum.com/forum/24-ranger-technical/50310-grease-fittings-2.html
It can be done with a little time, effort and perhaps a cold oneThanks for the information guys that is a big help, I was thinking about adding grease zerts but wasn’t sure if I could. Thanks alot
Thanks again I'll post after I finish the mod, and yes a cold one will be part of the plan:very_drunk:It can be done with a little time, effort and perhaps a cold one
Polaris did not put them (zerks) on the rear carrier bearing pivot points.I saw a comment above about greasing the 900 even though polaris added zerks. Is it necessary to add more zerks and grease the 900 despite whatolaris has done
Jerks no zerks:livid:Polaris did not put them (zerks) on the rear carrier bearing pivot points.
Right, and those wear out as quicker or quicker than the bushings on the frame end of the arms. Eventually it will oblong the carrier to the point it has to be replaced, I had to replace the ones on my '06 and that was a deciding factor in adding the zerks to that location.Polaris did not put them (zerks) on the rear carrier bearing pivot points.