Yamaha Wolverine RMAX2 Drivetrain

There is nothing worse than wanting to let her rip and not having the means to do so without causing damage. Gang, you've bought yourself one hardcore car, but OEM parts are still not intended for heavy-duty driving. Fortunately, Side By Side Stuff has what you need to ensure your rig is doing what you do best, whether hauling heavy or hitting the bogs. All you need are aftermarket Wolverine RMAX2 1000 Drivetrain, Steering, and Wheel Spacer parts.

Starting with UTV wheel spacers, these units are super affordable but have tons of benefits. We're talking wider stance, improved handling while cornering, and offset correction. That's just to name a few. In addition, these off-road parts allow for oversized tires that will reduce rubbing when those massive treads are on the move.

Along with Yamaha wheel spacers, you'll find a wide variety of side-by-side parts that add some beef to the driveline. Why is this important? Because the drivetrain is the backbone of the buggy, ensuring everything is moving as it should. For example, an RMAX2 1000 heavy-duty axle by Super ATV will offer improved articulation that won't bind on your climb. Additionally, we've got universal power steering kits, steering wheel hanger hooks, and differential bellows.

One thing is for certain, no matter which sxs part you choose, you can take durability to the bank. Side By Side Stuff houses only the industry-leading brands. As a matter of fact, High Lifter is vastly known for dishing out Yamaha driveline parts that will stare down the barrel of a bounty hole and laugh. On the other hand, it doesn't get much more durable than Axia Alloys and their quality clamp systems.

Side By Side Stuff is your one-stop shop for everything UTV. So, once you beef up your drivetrain and steering, don't forget to check out the rest of our digs. Find everything from RMAX2 1000 sound systems to review mirrors. Plus, if you can't find what you're looking for, we are only a call away, and we will find it for you! Does it really get much better than that?