The Polaris General 4 1000 front driveline and suspension are in a precarious position where they can be easily damaged during any mishap when offroading. Even if you don’t make a single mistake, with time the bumps and bruises it takes from battling the wilderness really take a toll on the Polaris General 4 1000 driveline and the suspension.
A Polaris General 4 1000 driveline could simply bend or break with all the offroading common in UTV territory. It is also one of the most common damages. The axles and the U joint popping are so common that we even recommend that you carry a spare with you at all times if you often take offroading to the extreme.
It is also possible that Polaris General 4 1000 driveline and suspension damage can be caused by poor maintenance. For example, continued use of poor-quality lubricant can cause it to wear extremely quickly, and with the low traction in muddy areas, that you encounter while offroading, that wears and tear process will be accelerated. You could also end up damaging your Polaris General 4 1000 front driveline with upgrades. If you’ve got larger tires or altered your engine to get more torque or horsepower, this excess power or stress could damage your Polaris General 4 1000 front driveline.
If your Polaris General 4 1000 front driveline is damaged you should feel vibrations when riding and some loss of control. If this is not fixed soon it will mean you will lose full control of the vehicle which means, you will have to replace the whole front driveline which is not gonna be cheap. But most of the time it's just one or two parts of the Polaris General 4 1000 driveline that need replacing given that you identify any problems early on.
At Everything Polaris General, we have every replacement part you need for your Polaris General 4 1000 front drive line or suspension. Or if you need to replace them completely, we can help you with that too.