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Suspension

Discussion in 'General Side X Side Discussions' started by Jaybey, Feb 10, 2020.

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  1. Jaybey

    Jaybey Joe SXS Nation Expert

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    2015 Polaris Ranger XP EPS 900

    Looking for some thoughts from those with the experience of working on your suspension. I have a 2015 Polaris Ranger XP 900 2-seater. I noticed on Friday that the driver’s side has started to sag about 2 inches. The shocks look to be in good shape, no leaks. I am thinking I need to replace the springs but don’t know what to get.

    Thoughts and ideas would be appreciated.
     
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    2013 Polaris Ranger 900 XP Glass tip out windshield w/factory wiper-washer, Glacier Pro hyd. lift and turn plow, poly back window, Polaris soft cab with Poly sport roof, factory heat/defrost

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    2019 Polaris General 4

    My buddy put the high lifter springs (or maybe SATV..? cant recall) on his 2008 Rzr and it made a substantial ride height difference. I don't think they were "lift" springs per se, more like performance stock replacements. His Rzr looks and rides like a new machine now. Polaris springs seem to loose some spring rate over the years and start to sag.
     

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