The Best Two-Piece Ball Joints OEM ball joints use a snap ring to hold them into the A-arm, which gives them a simple point of failure. Our Polaris General XP 1000 Keller Ball Joints are designed to fix that. Keller’s original two-piece design replaced the snap ring with a threaded Chromoly housing. By assembling the ball joint around the A-arm, you can use big lifts and tires without worrying about your ball joints pulling out of your arms.
Durability at Its Best Todd Keller created the first two-piece threaded ball joints on the market because he wanted something more durable than what was already out there. The joint presses into the arm and the housing threads onto the back to make sure nothing can push or pull it out. Plus, they’re greaseable, adjustable, and made with hardened Chromoly. So no matter where or how you ride, they’ll stand up to the abuse.
Get Lifted and Loaded Put a lift kit on your General and beef it up with big tires—with Keller Ball Joints on your Polaris General, you can count on getting through your wild rides without breaking down. Without the major weak spot of a snap ring, you can hit whatever trail you want as hard as you want.
WARNING:This product can impact machine operation. The customer and/or user is responsible for ensuring that this product is compatible with their machine as currently configured, and properly installed, and understands any impact this product has or might have on the machine's operation.
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4340 hardened Chromoly steel construction
The two-piece threaded design doesn’t require a snap ring
Easily adjustable, rebuildable, and greaseable
Robust boot retaining ring prevents water intrusion