- Polaris RZR XP Turbo S : 2018-2021
- Polaris RZR XP 4 Turbo S : 2019-2021
- 4340 hardened chromoly steel construction
- Two-piece threaded design doesn’t require a snap ring
- Easily adjustable, rebuildable, and greaseable
- Robust boot retaining ring prevents water intrusion
- Ball joints are sold individually
Smarter Ball Joints for Better Rides
Todd Keller designed his original two-piece ball joints to eliminate the need for a snap ring. That’s because when you’re wheeling hard on your Turbo S, it’s way too easy for a ball joint to push right past your snap ring and ruin your ride. So put Keller Ball Joints on your Polaris RZR XP Turbo S—the chromoly components and smarter design will ensure that broken ball joints aren’t part of your weekend.
Nothing Beats Keller’s Durability
Keller Ball Joints are the high bar for durability. The two-piece design presses in on one side of your A-arm and threads in on the other, kind of like a bolt and nut. The result is a ball joint that’s virtually impossible to pop out while riding. Plus, they’re extremely robust thanks to the hardened chromoly housings and studs. To top it off, they’re greaseable and adjustable for like-new operation over their entire lifetime.
Go Big with Better Ball Joints
Sometimes stock just doesn’t cut it. When you want to go big with your rig, make sure you add Keller Ball Joints too. They’re perfect for lifted machines, big tires, and wild rides. By eliminating OEM’s flimsy snap ring, you can count on them to handle all that extra weight without breaking a sweat.