Making a side-by-side comfortable enough to ride in while offroading takes a lot of extra components. If you need to ride through these bumps and potholes smoothly, you need to look towards these upgrades. Among those many many parts are the Polaris General XP 1000 radius arms. The Polaris General XP 1000 radius arms are a vital part that gives you stability while riding. The radius arms are connected to the suspension and the frame of the General itself.
The job of your Polaris General XP 1000 radius arms is pretty simple, it keeps the tires tilted to the same angle as the motion of your suspension. This makes the ride much more comfortable.
The Polaris General XP 1000 radius arms, although extremely helpful, tend to get in the way when offroading. Loose debris like rocks sometimes get caught up in the radius arms and sometimes bend or even break your General's radius arms, rendering your vehicle extremely uncomfortable to ride.
To combat this issue, at Everything Polaris General, we’ve brought high-clearance aftermarket Polaris General XP 1000 radius arms. These are stationed a bit higher so that the risk of something getting snagged in it is quite low. Or you could also opt for stronger heavy-duty aftermarket Polaris General XP 1000 radius arms. These arms can take a ton of damage without crumbling, whereas your factory stock radius arms might bend or break. These are also more durable. Since radius arms are load bearing wear and tear is quite common, upgrading to an aftermarket alternative makes it both safer and smoother