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I have a 2019 Polaris ranger 1000 crew that I purchased with a 6in highlifter lift. When I bought it there was 120 miles on it and I have since put 570 on the bike and gone through 3 sets of rear wheel bearings. bushings are good, hub seems fine and when I replace the bearings I torque everything back to factory. what would be causing bearings to go bad after a few miles?
 

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I have a 2019 Polaris ranger 1000 crew that I purchased with a 6in highlifter lift. When I bought it there was 120 miles on it and I have since put 570 on the bike and gone through 3 sets of rear wheel bearings. bushings are good, hub seems fine and when I replace the bearings I torque everything back to factory. what would be causing bearings to go bad after a few miles?
I do not know. That seems bizarre to me! My 2020 has over 1200 miles on it now, but no bearing issues.
 

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Crappy bearings? Where you buy them from? Hit them with a bearing greaser too before installing them.
 

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The last set I put in were Polaris bearings bought from the Polaris dealership. I didn't grease them, but feel they should have lasted longer than 40 miles.
 

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