Obviously, there’s a reason why Polaris designed the ACE to be what it is. When you alter the ace design, mixing and matching parts haphazardly, you can actually ruin the ride quality and diminish performance. If you know what you’re doing, however, you can easily tailor your generic stock ACE to better handle particular terrain types. With aftermarket forward a-arms, your ACE’s handling will improve and it will be less harsh on landings and over whoops. Forward control arms also alter the machine’s center of everythingpolarisrzr.com, making it less prone to nosedive when airborne.
In terms of installation, getting a new control arm hooked up isn’t that bad. Start by removing the cotter pin from the ball joint then loosen the nut until it’s flush with the end of the thread. Use a soft-face hammer and tap the nut to loosen the a-arm from the ball joint. If the ball joints don’t pop, you may need to rent a puller / separate press tool to get them out -- tools which will also speed up the process and make it less of a struggle.
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Shop 2020 Polaris ACE Models: 2020 Polaris ACE 500 A-Arms And A-Arm Guards | 2020 Polaris ACE 570 A-Arms And A-Arm Guards | 2020 Polaris ACE 900 A-Arms And A-Arm Guards