Here are the top 7 basic tools that the experts here at SuperATV keep in their garages. If you’ve got these, you can keep your UTV in shape, and change out just about any part.
Polaris unveiled the Polaris RZR RS1 back in January and of course we had to get our hands on one. Now the question for you guys is: Should you get one?
Anything can happen on the trail, and you need to be prepared for mishaps. Here is a list of items, that will help riders of all skill levels to expect the unexpected.
Polaris vehicles have one big, well-known problem: the reverse chain. This problem mainly affects the RZR line and the RZR 1000 in particular but no matter what you drive, you're bound to hear countless stories of people breaking their reverse chains.
If you're not running the right tire, then you're undercutting your machine's potential. Sometimes the best-looking tire—you know, the one with treads like a chainsaw on steroids that makes your hackles stand up—isn't the best for your riding style and can even make your vehicle harder to drive.
Shawn King's RZR had pinned his arm between the door and the asphalt. Blood dripped from his head to the road surface just a few inches below. Shawn didn't hurt—adrenaline, or shock, numbed his battered body. That wouldn't last, and without a person in sight on this country road, he was stuck.