An Innovative, Two-Piece Ball Joint
The biggest problem with OEM ball joints is that they’re held in by a flimsy snap ring. All it takes is one big hit to push right past it and put a stop to your ride. That’s what our Keller Ball Joints are built to fix. They use a threaded chromoly housing that won’t pull out just from hard impact or running huge tires. It’s no wonder why the original Keller design is still the best for your Polaris Ranger 1000.
Durability at Its Best
Todd Keller created the first two-piece threaded ball joints on the market because he wanted something more durable than what was already out there. The joint presses into the arm and the housing threads onto the back to make sure nothing can push or pull it out. Plus, they’re greaseable and adjustable. The housings are made with durable tool steel and the stud is made from a high-quality chromoly alloy. So no matter where or how you ride, they’ll stand up to the abuse.
Extreme Ball Joints for Extreme Rides
Going big is hell on ball joints, and a lifted Ranger just chews through them thanks to the flimsy OEM snap ring. So if you want to ride through nasty terrain and push your machine hard, put a set of Keller Ball Joints on your Polaris Ranger 1000
- 4340 hardened chromoly steel construction
- Two-piece threaded design doesn’t require a snap ring
- Easily adjustable, rebuildable, and greaseable
- Robust boot retaining ring prevents water intrusion
WARNING: This product can impact machine operation. Customer and/or user is responsible for ensuring that this product is compatible with their machine as currently configured, properly installed, and understands any impact this product has or might have on the machine's operation.
⚠ California Proposition 65 Warning ⚠
WARNING: This product may contain a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer or birth defects or other reproductive harm.
- Polaris Ranger 1000 : 2020+
- Polaris Ranger 1000 Crew : 2020+
NOTE: Only fits UPPER A-arms