Hey there! Glad to see you’ve found your way to the new content hub. Off-Road Atlas is our updated, streamlined way of pushing out content straight to the audience it’s created for—you. Think of it as your one-stop shop for everything ATV/UTV related.
To make your life easier, we’ve divided up our content into four categories. This way, no matter what kind of information or entertainment you’re seeking, you can get there with just a few clicks. Allow us to break these categories down for you:
If you ever find yourself wondering what goes on inside your portal gear lift’s housing, what upgrades to consider for your brand new machine, or what makes SuperATV’s products so dang awesome, this is a good place to start. The Behind the Wheel section is where we share articles that make you the expert on everything, well, behind the wheel. In short, it’s a collection of articles curated to help you get the most out of your vehicle.
Think of this section as your own personal off-road tutor. Need to learn how to install a new product on your machine? We’ve got you covered. Thinking about making your side-by-side street legal? We can help with that, too. Looking to build the most lifted machine this side of the Mississippi? You’re in the right place! Our in-house experts use the How-To section to educate you on all things off-road through informative articles, step-by-step instructions, and helpful videos.
If you’re one of those off-road enthusiasts who likes to stay up-to-date on the latest industry announcements and machine reveals so you can obnoxiously boast to your buddies about having all the deets before anyone else, this section is for you. Any time SuperATV unveils an innovative new product or someone releases a new vehicle model, you can count on the News section of Off-Road Atlas to give you the rundown.
While industry-leading new products and smarter, faster machines make for some pretty exciting articles, people are really at the heart of everything we do here at SuperATV. That’s why we’ve devoted an entire section of our content hub to telling their stories. Whether we’re spotlighting one of our many skilled employees or spinning stories about the riding scene halfway around the world in Namibia, the Stories section is where you can come to connect with people who all have one thing in common—a passion for off-roading.
Producing top-quality content has been our main focus in developing the new content hub, but we wanted to make sure everything is accessible and user friendly, too. No matter which article you’re reading, we’ve always got a few related ones on deck.
So if you know what you’re looking for, great! Our search bar and category pages will have you there in no time. But if you’ve found yourself with some free time and just want to browse, you can let the content hub guide you through more than one hundred articles about what you love most.
We’re excited about using the new content hub to share our knowledge and love for the off-road industry with our customers, and we can’t wait to hear what you think. Just like everything else we do here at SuperATV, Off-Road Atlas is designed with you in mind—so if you ever have suggestions on what we should write about, feel free to send them our way!
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This looks like it is going to be RAD!
Thanks Adam! We think so too. 🙂
Too bad they dont have much for a 2010 rzr 800s.
We’re actively seeking feedback like this and continually looking at products for all machines, not just the newest. We will be sure to share this feedback with our team. Is there anything in particular that you’re interested in seeing from SuperATV?
What a great introduction to a library of information and resources useful to any level of off-road enthusiast! I look forward to using this Hub!!
We appreciate the support, TG!
Looking forward to it! ??
Thanks for the support, Mickey!
I like this its about time with all the utv”s out now people will really like the content here
Thanks for the feedback, Mike! We’re excited!
What minor repairs or accessories I’ve made or installed, I searched YouTube and sometimes couldn’t locate exactly my specific need. With a dedicated site focusing on the riding enthusiasts, how can anyone not be excited about it?
Yes, this is definitely something we are hoping to achieve with this! We plan to post weekly content on here so we can better help rider enthusiasts find the answers they are searching for. Thanks for the kind words, Joey!
Looks great. Keep it up.
Thanks for the support, Dave!
The How to video will be great; much help for me to work on my Machine.
Glad to hear it, Jim! We will be adding more How-To videos as time goes on so make sure to keep checking back!
I’m looking for some help with cross referencing some replacement parts on several. Electric 4×4 Ruff & Tuff. 2008-2009 with independent front and rear suspensions , and In. My research , it looks like a lot of the same parts tHat are for the gas powered utv’ are used on the electric off road buggies. Such as the front carrier bearings , the. Ball joints and the control.arm bushings and tie rods , , shocks , disc brakes and the front and rear halfshafts . I know the front differential is the same one used in the grizzley , the servo driven lockers . Idk what years but I am assuming the ones around 2008-up , maybe earlier . They Ruff and Tuff ,Hunter EV 48 4×4. Was ahead of its class when they first hit the scene , but a few overlooked safety features that turned into serious no go issues iwhile Off the beaten path , led Tom the loss of confidence and subsequently sales and bankruptcy , now any official site for replacement parts is nil , but the parts are not anything special. Just need to be cross referenced , and sorted by their specs , because they don’t fall under any fitment parameters , I’m looking for some technical support and help with finding a solid source ( vendor) that I can purchase parts from , I realize y’all don’t really deal in the electric cart. Business , but that’s not what I’m looking for , I’m looking for the off-road suspension and steering and the wheel hub assembly items , like wheel bearings , center support bearings. Tires , etc ,
Hey Bo! Thanks so much for your interest in SuperATV. I’ve checked with our tech team and unfortunately, since we don’t actually offer anything for this machine, we have no product testing information to provide fitment answers, and don’t foresee this happening in the near future. We’re sorry we can’t be of more help.
Needing to talk to someone about Rack and pinion 2007 Polaris ranger. Cant find a telephone number. Thanks Chuck
Hey Chuck! We’ll need to know what Ranger you’ve got, whether it’s a XP 1000, 900, etc. Here’s a link to all of our Polaris rack and pinions if that is helpful: https://www.superatv.com/categories/steering#/filter:steering_component:Rack$2520and$2520Pinion If you aren’t able to find what you need or need some help ordering, you can give us a call at 855-743-3427!
Where are you located
Hey Steven, we’re in Madison, Indiana. You can find our walk-in hours and info here: https://www.superatv.com/contact-us
Is it in the works or is it already available for a heavy duty transmission that will fit a 2023 polaris ranger crew xp1000 northstar ultimate?
Hey Mak, unfortunately, we don’t have a complete transmission in the pipeline for the 2023 Polaris Ranger XP1000 at all. That doesn’t mean we never will, it’s just not something we’re exploring right now. I’ll let our new product guys know there’s interest though.
I have a 2014 Coleman 4-wheeler and I would like to install powersteering on this unit . It is a 4 seater with a dump box on the rear. IIbought it used and could use some help. Thank you
Hey Roger, your Coleman should be the same as a HiSun Sector 400, so if you find a power steering kit that fits the Sector 400, it should fit your Coleman too. Our 220 W universal power steering kit (https://www.superatv.com/universal-power-steering-kit-170w-220w) would work for you. You just have to weld our stub shafts to your stock steering shaft and mount the motor and control box. It’s a pretty popular solution for folks that can’t find an EPS kit that’s built for their machine, and it’s easier to get working than it sounds.
Hopefully that gets you going in the right direction.