Polaris RZR Pro R Heavy-Duty Axle—Rhino 2.0


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Make Your Ride Rhino Strong
Your stock Polaris RZR Pro R
is designed is to do a lot. But you can always do more—take it over the top by
upgrading to SuperATV’s Rhino 2.0 Axles. They feature bigger components and
chromoly steel construction. Pair that with 40°+ articulation angles and you
can forget about stock riding.

Top-Notch Design &

Rhino 2.0 Axles are made with heat treated 4340
chromoly steel from end to end. The oversized axle shafts and CV joints boost
strength over OEM axles. Put those together and you get axles that run cool at
high speeds and don’t snap on rough trails. You can ride how you want with
gritted teeth and a lead foot. It’s an unbeatable formula:

  • A massive
    increase in shaft size
  • End-to-end chromoly construction
  • Proprietary heat treatment

Tested to Be

Better axles don’t happen by accident. We’ve spent
thousands of miles testing these RZR Pro R axles. Riders have been putting
these bad boys through hell and back and they’re still coming out on top.
That’s how we know you’re getting the best RZR axles for the price.

A Killer 18-Month Warranty
All of our testing and riding
prove the same thing: Rhino 2.0 Axles can’t be beat. They’re at the top of the
heavy-duty market paired with the best price. So we wanted the best warranty,
too. That’s why you get an industry-leading 18-month warranty. Ride hard and
put these axles to the test. If you do manage to break them, we’ll replace


  • Constructed of 4340 chromoly steel and finished with a proprietary
    heat treatment
  • Much stronger than stock
  • Operates at 40°+ CV
  • Maximized CV size for strength and durability
  • Industry leading 18-month warranty


  • Polaris RZR Pro R Sport : 2022+
  • Polaris RZR Pro R Premium :
  • Polaris RZR Pro R Ultimate : 2022+
  • Polaris RZR Pro R 4
    Sport : 2022+
  • Polaris RZR Pro R 4 Premium : 2022+
  • Polaris
    RZR Pro R 4 Ultimate : 2022+

Additional information

Axle Location

Front, Rear