Keller’s Two-Piece Ball Joints Are Better
OEM ball joints rely on a snap ring to hold them, and that snap ring can easily fail when you’re wheelin' hard. That’s why Keller came up with a better, two-piece design that eliminates the need for a snap ring. The rest of the ball joint is upgraded to chromoly steel too. So put a set of Polaris RZR XP 900 Keller Ball Joints on your rig, and start sending it without blowing up your ball joints.
Long Lasting and Tough as Nails
You and your XP 900 have probably been through your fair share of standard ball joints, so now it’s time to use something different. With a two-piece design, you press in the joint and then thread the housing onto the back. It pinches your A-arm like a nut and bolt making it virtually impossible to pull out unintentionally. And with a hardened chromoly steel construction, it can take hard hits too. Plus, it’s greaseable and adjustable so you can keep it running like new.
Ready for Your Massive Rig
Whether you’re running stock or rolling on massive mud tires, Keller Ball Joints are built for it. Since they don’t depend on a flimsy snap ring to stay in, you can put more weight on your machine and get wilder without stopping to fix your blown-out ball joints.