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Holz Racing Polaris RZR Billet Roller Cage Front Diff

  • Model: 42012
  • Units in Stock: 10
  • Manufactured by: Holz Racing Products


Heavy Duty Billet Roller Cage for the RZR, RZR-S, and RZR4 800 front diff
(AKA: Sprague carrier)
This product is machined to precise tolerances from aerospace grade aluminum that has been treated with military spec hard coat anodizing for better wear and lubricity which equals longer life and better operation. This is the only aftermarket billet roller cage available that is hard anodized and pre-assembled with new rollers and springs.
Dont settle for the cheap immitations and "Good enough" quality that the other guys are selling- Do it right the first time and never look back.

The stock unit is made from injection molded plastic and is prone to failure even under normal conditions.

The Competition?
Our Billet Roller cage is made from 7075 billet aluminum and has twice the tensile strength of the competitors 6061-T6 aluminum cages. With some competitors aftermarket cages, there can be some frustration with the proper orientation of parts when trying to assemble the cage using the stock rollers and springs. Reusing the factory springs is not recommended as this will stress the springs and make them weaker. Having new springs and rollers pre-installed, like the one available from Holz, eliminates any of these problems and makes the install nearly impossible to mess up. Also, with the hard coat anodize finish, our billet cage will not prematurely wear and flake off like the competitors cheaper raw aluminum cage will.

- Made of 7075 Billet Aluminum
- CNC machined to exact tolerances
- Mil. spec hard coat anodize
- Pre-assembled with new roller pins and spring clips
Holz Racing Products offers a 2-year part replacement warranty, but it will probably outlast whichever RZR you put it in...

NOTE: This part will fit ALL 2008-2011 RZR, RZR-S, RZR4 800.

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This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 04 September, 2010.

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