Created: April 2, 2020
[0:00] Is your machine big and lifted? Are you looking for some more support? SuperATV’s got you covered with their Heavy-Duty Track Bars. Today I’m gonna show you how to install them on a RZR Turbo. Let’s get to it.
For the first step, if you’re not running a skid plate, you don’t have to worry about this. But if you’re running an OEM skid plate, you want to cut the skid plate just like this, on the diagram. If you’re running a SuperATV skid plate like we are today, we’ll show you what section you need to remove.
Now we’re gonna go underneath our machine where we previously removed our skid plate. We’re gonna locate the four bolts that are securing the frame together. Once you’ve located them, we’re going to remove them.
[0:58] We’ll take our mount and put it right where we just removed our bolts, right here on the flats of the frame where they connect.
Then we’ll grab the four M10 x 65 mm bolts that are in the hardware kit and stick them through the frame.
[1:23] Once we have our bolts started through the frame and our mount, we’ll go through and install all four of our M10 nuts that are provided in the hardware kit. We’ll fully tighten the hardware.
Now we’ll grab our clamp and our bracket that goes onto our A-arm. We’re going to remove all four of the Allen-headed screws. This is going to sit on the A-arm just like this. You want this bracket to be almost down touching the curved bar and the A-arm, so about like that.
You want to make sure this isn’t rotated too far up. Right about there is the optimal position for it.
[2:13] So once we have that where we want it, we’ll apply some Loctite to all four of our Allen-headed screws.
Now that we have Loctite applied to all four of our screws, I’m gonna get them lined up with our bracket. Get them all started, then you can make your final adjustments. As you can see, there’s still a good gap. I can sit about two fingers in between the tie rod and the actual mount.
I’m gonna tighten these up. You want to tighten in an X pattern and run them down evenly.
[3:08] Next we’ll grab our track bar. Cut your zip ties off of your heim joints here. I’ve already done that, so we’ll stick the track bar down onto our bracket on the A-arm. Bring it up here and lay it out. Take a look at it.
Looks like ours is gonna fit. If it doesn’t fit, you’d have to adjust it. We send ours pre-adjusted per your setup. This machine has a 7-10″ lift kit so we selected that on the website when we ordered these track bars. If you’re just running 1.5″ forward offset A-arms, you would choose that as well. They’ll come preset and ready to go for you.
We’ll get in our hardware kit and take our M12 x 70s. They go back here in the bracket on the mount. Then the 65s go up here on the A-arm. So we’ll just lay this into position.
[4:12] I’m gonna grab the longer of the two bolts and slide it through. Come down here and it looks like it’s all good. We’ll take some Loctite for the one that threads right in here.
This is gonna be under a lot of load, so make sure that you get it tight. Make sure you use Loctite—that’s a necessity for this installation.
We’ll fully tighten the hardware out here, and then start our nut back here. Go ahead and fully tighten this hardware as well. We’ll repeat the same steps for the opposite side.
[5:00] Once you have your track bars completely installed and everything’s fully tightened, go through and make sure you tighten all four of the jam nuts. There’s one on each heim joint on each of the track bars.
And there you have it. That’s how super easy it is to install SuperATV’s Heavy-Duty Track Bars on this RZR Turbo. For more information on these track bars or any of SuperATV’s great products, feel free to give us a call at 855-743-3427 or check us out online at SuperATV.com. Thanks for watching and we’ll catch you next time.
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