Our new Offset Trailing Arms for the Polaris RZR XP Turbo are here and lookin’ good! They are designed from the ground up with a boxed design for strength, durability, and performance. Couple that with the fact that they’re made completely from 6mm high-strength steel plating and you’ve got a pretty tough piece of hardware. It would take a pretty gnarly off-road fail to bend these trailing arms out of shape.
But the best part about the boxed design? It makes them look really, really good. Anybody that looks at them can immediately tell that they’re not your average trailing arms. And they come in a variety of colors!
I know, I know. The first thing you saw was “offset” and that’s what you care about most. Well, these things come with a 1″ rear offset. Impressed yet? How about this—when we were testing these trailing arms, we couldn’t find a tire in the building big enough to rub the fender. There’s enough clearance for some monster tires. We had plenty of room to spare with 40″ Intimidator Tires and 20″ Healy Wheels installed on these arms.
Let’s say you’re not interested in running huge tires—some people don’t want to. It’s okay. You will still benefit from the 1″ rear offset. You’ll get a smoother ride and more stability for hill climbs and other extreme inclines. However, we do recommend using a 1″ wheel spacer if you’re using stock wheels. They’re not required but will help with clearance issues caused by machine variance.
Our offset trailing arms for the RZR XP 1000 and RZR XP Turbo come with a lifetime warranty! It’s simple—these things are built for punishment, but if you do manage to bend or break an arm (please make sure you catch that crash on video), just contact our warranty department and we’ll get you a new one. Easy. Do yourself a favor and go check them out now! Your RZR will thank you.
Since we first published this article, SuperATV has released trailing arms for even more machines, including the Polaris RZR XP Turbo S, Can-Am Maverick X3, and Honda Talon 1000R. We’re constantly adding to our catalog, so you can bet this collection will only continue to grow. Click here to shop all of our rear trailing arms!
Updated by Megan Huber on 10/12/2020 to include mention of new trailing arm releases.