These high-clearance forward a-arms for the Polaris Ranger add 2 inches of clearance without the need for a lift kit. Full camber adjustment is possible thanks to the adjustable upper pivot blocks.
Protect your tie rod and axels with these forward a-arms by SuperATV that provide an extra 2 inches of clearance for your Polaris Ranger without the need for an additional lift kit. Tubing is now 25% larger than before, and the unique dual bend of these a-arms means you don’t lose any factory steering range with the installation.
The adjustable pivot blocks make these a-arms the industry leader, ensuring the potential for full camber adjustment. Because of the unique design of these a-arms, you can increase tire size, upgrade your shocks, and add an additional lift kit all without sacrificing ride quality. The kit is all-inclusive and even contains the extended tie rod ends you would otherwise have to drop an extra $50 on. Spacers and shock relocation kits don’t maintain the factory ride the way these extended tie rods ends do. A steering stop kit is also included to protect further your axels which can suffer damage due to over steering.
Removal: Keep all stock hardware and components removed from machine.
1. Raise front of machine off ground, secure with jack stands, remove Wheels, Spindles, Shocks from A-Arms,
and Tie Rod Ends from Tie Rods. Carefully remove Brake Line Clamps from A-Arms.
- Axle removal is optional.
Installation: Do not tighten hardware completely unless noted.
1. Transfer stock Ball Joints, Bushings, and Bearings into new A-Arms. See Fig. 1.
- Install Grease Fittings (H) into new A-Arms. See Fig. 1.
2. Set Pivot Blocks, in Upper A-Arms (A)(B), to 3/4“. Further adjustments, for Toe settings, may be required after
installation is complete. See Fig. 1a.
Proceed to Steering Stop Installation or go to Step 3.
3. Install A-Arms (A-D) to machine with stock hardware. SuperATV recommends using Loc-Tite on Nuts when
installing. See Fig. 2.
4. Reconnect Shocks to Upper A-Arms (A)(B) with stock hardware.
5. Install Tie Rod Ends (E) to Tie Rods. When installing to Spindles, use stock hardware. See Fig. 3.
6. Route Brake Lines so that no interference or binding can occur. Secure to Upper A-Arms (A)(B) with Brake
Line Clips (F) and M5-.8 x 13mm Lg. PHMS (G). See Fig. 4.
7. Tighten all hardware completely and reinstall necessary components.
OPTIONAL STEERING STOP KIT
Using Steering Stop Kit prevents over extension of Axles, when
reversing under hard throttle, by limiting steering range
1. Raise machine so that tires are off ground.
2. Turn Pivot Blocks to adjust caster.
3. Lower machine and settle suspension components by rolling machine back and forth several
feet at a time.
4. Check settings and make small adjustments as needed.
- Each time an adjustment is made, machine must be rolled back and forth to settle suspension