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Not possible.
 

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x2 They are sealed bearings.

You can add zerks to your a-arm bushings though. I keep telling myself I am going to do it one day...... You would be shocked at how locked up the a-arms get after while , and I could see adding zerks to be a huge benefit. Someone on here has done it I'm sure??
 

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The a-arm bushing are suppose to be tight. that keeps the dirt out. They act more like a torsion joint.
I see the some Polaris guys change a-arm bushings twice a year.
 

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There was a video on here someone shared that showed a new tool that you can grease the bearings with , you can probably Google around and find it.
 

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OK so has anyone installed grease fittings anywhere else.?? I always ride high milage so I want everything to last as long as possible
 

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OK so has anyone installed grease fittings anywhere else.?? I always ride high milage so I want everything to last as long as possible
Some guys replace the steering shaft plastic bushing assembly with a AM grease able bushing assembly. I replace the bushing on my 700 at 18-19000 miles with the $16.00 OEM bushings.
 

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https://www.holy-tools.com/theholygreazer


BOUGHT THIS TOOL FOR MY POLARIS. REMOVE TIRE, REMOVE HUB NUT, REMOVE HUB.
INSERT THIS TOOL AND GREASE AWAY. SAVES A LOT OF WORK.
SURE SOMEONE COULD MAKE ONE TO FITT THE YAMAHA BEARINGS AS WELL
 
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