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  • Heavy-duty dual PTFE bushings:
    • Designed with X24 Tech
    • Prevents wear
    • Reduces slop
    • Improves overall durability
  • Solid steel and billet aluminum tie rods use:
    • 3/4” outer tie rod ends
    • Rebuildable inner tie rod ends that use 3/4” rod threads and 16 mm rack threads
  • 65% larger housing than stock
  • Over 50% less wear than OEM after 15,000 cycles
  • Grease fitting for rack gears
  • Polaris RZR XP Turbo S : 2018-2021
  • Polaris RZR XP 4 Turbo S : 2019-2021

RackBoss 2.0 Takes Your Rack to the Next Level
Your Turbo S ain’t no pushover. But even its steering gets less responsive over time. It was the fate of every rack before now. Get SuperATV’s Polaris RZR XP Turbo S Rack Boss 2.0 Rack and Pinion and say goodbye to steering slop. It’s a better, tougher version of our original RackBoss. It uses X24 Tech—our unique dual-bushing design that reduces wear by over 50%. If you want to go big with upgraded suspension and nonstop action without ruining your steering, RackBoss 2.0 is the only rack for you.

Extreme Durability with Our Dual-Bushing Design
RackBoss 2.0 gets rid of internal play with our X24 dual-bushing design. It uses heavy-duty PTFE bushings at both ends of the housing to make the rack gear and tension spring nearly motionless. Without the extra movement of its internal components, you can run bigger tires and go on harder rides and still get less wear than a stock Turbo S. Not to mention, it has a built-in grease fitting that lets you keep everything running smoothly ride after ride.

Solid Steel Bar Tie Rods
For a beefy tie rod setup, you want to go with solid steel bar tie rods. They’re made with 1” diameter steel bars that are paired with bigger, better tie rods you’ll love—3/4” outer heim joint tie rods and rebuildable inner tie rods that use 3/4” rod threads and 16 mm rack threads. Altogether, they’re built for hard hits, big tires, and wild rides.