Polaris Rzr 570 Transmission Gear Reduction Kit on 2040-parts.com
Lewiston, Idaho, United States
Brand:Gear Driven Performance
Manufacturer Part Number:GRK-1-33-001
Transmission Gear Reduction Kit
12% Gear Reduction
Polaris RZR 570 : 2012-2016
Polaris RZR 570 International : 2012-2013, 2015-2016
Why We Make It
Take back your torque with Gear Driven Performance. Whether you’re doing serious rock crawling or you’ve added monster tires that rob your much-desired horsepower, a 12% gear reduction will help you get more out of your machine. To keep that ultimate performance go with SuperATV’s transmission gear reduction kit.
What You Can Expect
Each GDP transmission gear reduction kit comes complete with everything you need for an install and go. With precision gears that are constructed of the highest quality materials, this kit will keep your wheels turning.
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