Grease the inside and outside of the new bushings before
you push them in. The RZR 900 has grease fittings to lube the
pivot points. If you have no grease fittings, we would use more
grease than this. Use a quality waterproof grease.
After the bushings are greased and pressed in (we did it with
our hands with no problem), grease the inner sleeve and slide
it in. There is a space in between the bushings that acts as a
grease well. It we didn’t have grease fittings, we would have
packed that area with grease.
Use cloth or paper shop towels and contact cleaner to clean
the parts up well. You can see that the arm has the paint worn
off a little, but it isn’t mushroomed or excessively worn. The
new parts should fit just fine.
We lightly clamped
the A-arm in a vise
with soft jaws to
hold it while we
worked. It took mild
taps to get the old
bushings to slip out.
There is a center
sleeve and two
bushings that need
to be removed.