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Suspension (Walker Evans™); Spring Adjustment - Polaris RZR XP 1000 Service Manual

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MAINTENANCE
SUSPENSION (WALKER EVANS™)

Spring Adjustment

The front and rear shocks have a ride height adjustment.
Suspension springs may be adjusted to suit different
riding conditions or vehicle payloads.
WARNING
Uneven adjustment may cause poor handling of the
vehicle, which could result in an accident and serious
injury or death. Always adjust both the left and right
spring equally.
Spring Adjustment - Factory Setting
FRONT
RZR XP 1000: 16.625"
(42.228 cm)
RZR XP 4 1000: 15.600"
(39.625 cm)
RZR XP High Lifter:
14.444" (36.689 cm)
NOTE: Refer to the shock illustrations within this
procedure for spring measurement location.
The factory setting is appropriate for nearly all riding
conditions. Since this vehicle is equipped with full skid
plates, adjustment is not necessary.
If desired, the spring setting may be adjusted to maintain
vehicle clearance height when carrying loads.
1. Raise and safely support front or rear of the vehicle
off the ground to allow the suspension to fully extend.
2.40
REAR
RZR XP 1000: 22.430"
(56.972 cm)
RZR XP 4 1000: 21.918"
(55.671 cm)
RZR XP High Lifter:
21.547" (54.73 cm)
9925724 R01 - 2014-2015 RZR XP 1000 / RZR XP4 1000 Service Manual
© Copyright 2014 Polaris Industries Inc.
2. Using
the
shock
2878925) included in the vehicle's tool kit, turn the
adjustment collar
1
height.
Shock Spanner / Clutch Spreader Tool:
PN 2878925
NOTE: DO NOT increase the spring adjustment
by more than one inch (25.4 mm) over the factory
setting.
NOTE: Always return the spring preload to the
factory setting after the load is removed from the
vehicle. The increased suspension height will
negatively
impact
operating without a load.
spanner/spreader
tool
to increase or decrease ride
vehicle
stability
when
(PN

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