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POLARIS OFF-ROAD VEHICLES
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9/8/2023

2021+ RZR 200 EFI Trailing Arms Removal and Installation

Required Tools and Supplies
13mm Wrench15mm Socket
15mm Wrench13mm Socket
18mm WrenchTrailing Arm Nut
Torque WrenchBreaker Bar
PliersCotter Pin
Domed WasherCastle Nut
Outer Radius Rod NutsBearing Carrier Nuts
Lower Shock NutShop Towels
Nitrile Gloves
Safety Glasses
Lower Stabilizer Bar Linkage Nut

For information on tools, read the Tools and Fasteners Guide. Always wear safety glasses and nitrile gloves when servicing your Polaris RZR.

To remove and install the trailing arms on your model year 2021 and newer RZR 200 EFI, follow these steps:

1. Park the vehicle on a flat, level surface and ensure the parking brake is set.

2. Remove the center cap from the wheel. 

3. Remove and discard the cotter pin from the wheel hub castle nut with pliers.

4. Loosen the castle nut with a 1 1/16-inch socket.

5. Loosen the lug nuts while the vehicle is on the ground with a 15mm socket with breaker bar, but do not remove them at this time.

6. Safely elevate the vehicle. Reference your Owner’s Manual for proper lifting techniques.

7. Once safely elevated, remove the lug nuts and set aside. 

8. Remove the wheel and set aside. 

9. Remove and discard the castle nut and cone washer from the wheel hub.

10. Pull the rear hub assembly away to remove from the vehicle.

11. Remove and retain the fasteners and washers securing the radius rods to the bearing carrier with a 13mm wrench and 15mm socket. Discard the nuts.

12. Remove and retain the three fasteners and washers that attach the rear bearing carrier to the trailing arm with a 13mm socket and 15mm wrench. Discard the nuts.

13. Pull the bearing carrier away from the drive shaft and trailing arm to remove from the vehicle.

14. Before continuing, rotate the bearing by hand and check for smooth rotation.

15. Visually inspect the bearing for moisture, dirt or corrosion and replace if necessary.

16. Remove and retain the lower shock fastener with a 13mm socket and 15mm wrench. Discard the nut.

17. Remove and discard the nut on the lower stabilizer bar linkage and remove the linkage from the arm with a 15mm socket.

18. Remove and retain the fastener securing the trailing arm to the frame and remove the trailing arm with a 15mm socket and 18mm wrench. Discard the nut.

19. Inspect the trailing arm bushings and spherical bearings for wear or damage and replace if necessary.

20. If reusing the trailing arm, thoroughly clean with a shop rag before reinstalling.

21. Align the trailing arm with the mounting holes in the frame. Reinstall the retained fastener from the outside and loosely install a new nut.

22. Insert the lower stabilizer bar linkage into the trailing arm and loosely secure with a new nut.

23. Align the shock with the mounting holes on the trailing arm.

24. Reinstall the retained lower shock fastener from the outside and loosely secure with a new nut.

25. Torque the trailing arm mounting fastener to 70 ft-lbs (95 Nm).

26. Torque the rear stabilizer bar linkage nut to 40.5 ft-lbs (55 Nm).

27. Torque the rear shock mounting fastener to 44 ft-lbs (60 Nm).

28. Insert the half shaft through the bearing carrier and push the carrier against the shaft until fully seated.

29. Reinstall three retained fasteners through the bearing carrier and loosely secure with the retained washers and new nuts.

30. Torque the rear bearing carrier fasteners to 40.5 ft-lbs (55 Nm).

31. Align the radius rods with the bearing carrier and reinstall the retained fasteners from the rear of the vehicle.

32. Loosely install new nuts.

33. Torque the outer radius rod mounting fasteners to 40.5 ft-lbs (55 Nm). 

34. Align the hub assembly with the splines on the drive shaft and push the assembly against the bearing carrier until fully seated.

35. Loosely install a new domed washer, dome side out, and a castle nut.

36. Reinstall the wheel on the vehicle and tighten the lug nuts until fully seated. 

37. Safely lower the vehicle until the tires begin to touch the ground. This will help keep the wheel in place when torqueing. 

38. Once lowered, torque the lug nuts to 30 ft-lbs (40 Nm) in a crisscross pattern. 

39. Torque the wheel hub castle nut to 80 ft-lbs (109 Nm).

40. Continue by inserting a new cotter pin, and bend around the castle nut to secure. If necessary, tighten the castle nut to align the cotter pin holes.

41. Push the dust cap onto the wheel and ensure it is fully seated.

42. Finally, lower the vehicle completely.

For more information, see your authorized Polaris Dealer. Find a dealer near you with the Dealer Locator.
Maintenance tips, procedures and specifications can be found in your Owner's Manual.
To find diagrams and replacement part numbers, use the online parts catalog.

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