An Innovative, Two-Piece Ball Joint
The biggest problem with OEM ball joints is that they’re held in by a flimsy snap ring. All it takes is one big hit to push right past it and put a stop to your ride. That’s what Keller Ball Joints are built to fix. They use a threaded Chromoly housing that won’t pull out just from hard impact or running huge tires. It’s no wonder why the original Keller design is still the best for your Polaris Ranger XP 900.
A Two-Piece Ball Joint Is Built Tougher
What’s the point of a two-piece ball joint? When you press in the joint and thread the Chromoly steel housing onto the back, you’ll get it—it’s virtually impossible to force the ball joint out. Pair that with top-to-bottom hardened Chromoly steel construction, easy adjustability, and a greaseable housing. It’s built for every kind of ride imaginable.
You want to lift your machine and roll on the biggest tires you can find even though it’ll beat the heck out of your machine. That’s exactly what Keller Ball Joints installed on your Polaris Ranger XP 900 are designed for. So go big and stay out on the trail—without a snap ring to fail on you, you can go bigger than ever.