Bigger and Stronger Than Stock
You’re not truly getting the most out of your Polaris Ranger XP 800 until you’ve upgraded your suspension with top-quality parts from SuperATV. Our High Clearance Rear A-Arms feature a bend design for extra clearance, and they’re bigger and stronger than OEM. We also give you the ability to adjust your camber as needed with our industry-leading adjustable pivot blocks. Upgrading to our rear A-arms ensures that you’ll never again have to go around that obstacle that all your buddies are sailing right over.
Cross Rugged Terrain with Ease
How does 1.5 inches of additional ground clearance sound to you? If you’re a fan of rocks, mud, or trail riding, chances are it sounds pretty good. The unique bend design of these rear control arms delivers enough ground clearance to cross rugged terrain with ease. This extra boost will make getting hung up on stumps or stuck in the mud a thing of the past.
These A-arms are made with 1.25” tubing, which is 25% bigger than your OEM arms. We finish them off with a sleek powder-coated finish. Not only does the powder coating make them look awesome, but they also add strength and longevity to your suspension.
To top it all off, we sell this product with a lifetime warranty. Want to push your new rear A-arms to the limit? With SuperATV in your corner, there’s no reason not to.
Industry-Leading Adjustable Pivot Blocks
All of our A-arms come with industry-leading adjustable pivot blocks, which allow you to adjust your alignment as needed. Having control over your camber eliminates premature tire wear, which keeps you riding longer. And the best part? If you don’t want to mess with your alignment, you don’t have to! They come preadjusted to stock specifications right out of the box.
Learn more about what camber is, how it affects your ride, and how to adjust it perfectly.
- Polaris Ranger XP 800 : 2010-2014
- Polaris Ranger XP 800 Crew : 2010-2014
- Polaris Ranger XP 800 6x6 : 2010-2014
- Polaris Ranger 900 Diesel : 2011-2014
- Polaris Ranger 900 Diesel Crew : 2013-2014