When the road gets rough, which is often the case when you own a General, some of the parts that are highly affected and damaged are your Polaris General XP 1000 tie rods and radius rods. These have low ground clearance and are often the parts that take the brunt of the impact when you bottom out.
The Polaris General XP 1000 tie rod, is located between the front wheels of your side-by-side. The tie rod connects the steering rack to the wheels, effectively granting you control of the vehicle. Being stationed in the front, the Polaris General XP 1000 tie rods get a lot of beating from rough trails. A bent or broken Polaris General XP 1000 tie rod can render you immobile. Or even worse, if it's still drivable, you may end up damaging other parts beyond repair. Polaris General XP 1000 damages are often the cause of getting snagged in branches or rocks.
The Polaris General XP 1000 radius rods, provide a pivotal role in making your ride more stable and smooth. The radius rods are what connect your suspension to your frame. Although being located in the rear half of the, they see their fair share of beating from rough trails. They are basically like Polaris General XP 1000 tie rods for the rear half and are often damaged the same way, that is by snagging on rocks and branches.
At Everything Polaris General, you can do a lot with your Polaris General XP 1000 tie rods and Polaris General XP 1000 radius rods if you decide to look toward aftermarket components. If you don’t want it to get snagged as often, you can go for options that offer more ground clearance. Or, you could go for heavy-duty Polaris General XP 1000 tie rods and Polaris General XP 1000 radius rods that are much stronger than your stock rods that can withstand the punishment of offroading.