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FAQs

How are ball joints on ATVs SxSs removed/installed now?

The dealer has proprietary tools that work on their brand only ATVs. Their tools are used with a shop press. The process is hard to jig up and time consuming. In contrast, the Off Track Tool Co. Standard Series ATV Ball Joint Kit helps the mechanic avoid misusing tools, sockets or making specialty tools to remove/install ball joints and bearings.

 

Who is this tool for?

This tool is primarily for the professional ATV shop mechanic. The Off Track Tool Co. Standard Series ATV Ball Joint Kit is quality-built, comes with a warranty, and helps save time and costly damages to equipment.

 

In addition, other garage/DIY mechanics will benefit from the Off Track Tool Co. Standard Series ATV Ball Joint Kit. These are owners who are most likely to buy the parts needed for the repair in order to fix it themselves. This specialty tool can really help make the job of repairing and changing ball joints and ball bearings on ATVs, SxSs, snowmobiles, dirt bikes and motorcycles easy enough to take care of in their own garage.  

 

Why would someone want to buy this tool?

The types of mechanics that would have intrest in this tool would be the ones that understand that time is money. This tool turns minutes into seconds -- no slow shop press necessary! The warranty builds confidence for buyers. This is a quality-built tool kit made of chromoly tubing coated with black oxide. Made in the U.S.A. This ATV tool is for the professional, every-day mechanic and the garage/DIY mechanic. Quality is our standard.

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What is an ATV?

 All terrain vehicle.

 

What is an ATV ball joint?

 An ATV ball joint lets the front wheel move up and down and turn right and left and do this independently from the other wheel.

 

What is a side by side?

 Side by Side, SxS or UTV. Utility terrain vehicle.

 

What is a side by side ball joint?

 A side by side ball joint lets the front wheel move up and down and right and left and to do this independently from the other wheel.