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Thecallofeuropa

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The rear carrier is discontinued, I have no problem rebuilding everything but my question is:

Does anyone know what all is need to rebuild everything in the carrier? I want to make sure I have all parts ordered
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The bearings, boots, and new grease is most of it. You can buy new ball bearings and cages, but they usually are a waste if money.
Personally, I recommend you buy name brand bearings made anywhere but China. All Balls uses cheap Chinese bearings and they don't last - the genuine Polaris bearings are generic Chinese crap too which is why they fail so quickly so don't waste you're money on them thinking they're better. Also invest in some good synthetic cv grease, I like Redline. And I personally prefer the Polaris brand cv boots, they seem to seal better. Otherwise you're gonna want to make friends with someone with a hydraulic press. Oh and buy some thick latex gloves and hand cleaner. That grease is impossible to get off you're skin.

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Called My polaris rep. They have plans on making them again, but not until 2021 and will only order so many units.
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Called My polaris rep. They have plans on making them again, but not until 2021 and will only order so many units.


Wow, that is news! I wonder why they'd start making them again?

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