Kawasaki Teryx Mega Keller Ball Joint
The Biggest Ball Joint You Can Get
It’s easy to go big with a Kawasaki Teryx, and it looks great with a massive lift and monster tires. What doesn’t look so great is your busted ball joints that sideline your killer rig every ride. For the strongest possible joints, upgrade to Keller’s Mega Ball Joints. They have oversized housings and studs for unbeatable durability. Plus, the two-piece design eliminates the need for a flimsy snap ring so these things can handle anything.
Megas Are Beefy
Keller’s mega ball joints are the beefiest you’ve ever seen. The massive housings make room for a thicker studs that use a bigger ball. All that extra material makes them incredibly tough. And speaking of material, the housings are made with high-strength tool steel and the studs are made with a high-quality chromoly alloy. These ball joints are so big and beefy that you have to modify your A-arms to install them.
A Two-Piece Ball Joint Is Built Tougher
What’s the point of a two-piece ball joint? When you press in the joint and thread the chromoly steel housing onto the back like a bolt and nut, you’ll get it—it’s virtually impossible to force the ball joint out. Pair that with a greaseable and adjustable housing and you’ve got a ball joint that’s built for every kind of ride imaginable.
You want to lift your machine and roll on the biggest tires you can find even though it’ll beat the heck out of your machine. That’s exactly what Mega Keller ball joints installed on your Kawasaki Teryx are designed for. So go big and stay out on the trail—with the worlds toughest ball joints, you can go bigger than ever.
- Maximized studs and housings for industry-leading strength
- 4340 hardened chromoly steel construction
- Two-piece threaded design doesn’t require a snap ring
- Easily adjustable, rebuildable, and greaseable
- Robust boot retaining ring prevents water intrusion
- Kawasaki Teryx 750 : 2008-2013
- Kawasaki Teryx 4 750 : 2012-2013
- Kawasaki Teryx 800 : 2014+
- Kawasaki Teryx 4 800 : 2014+
NOTE: Mega ball joints require modification of your A-arms