2016-24 RMK Axys/Matryx 34″ True Clearance Arm Kit

(2 customer reviews)


2016-2024 RMK Axys/Matryx 34″ Chromoly True Clearance Arm Kit

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2016-2024 RMK Axys/Matryx 34″ Cromoly True Clearance Arm


The rod end design is a huge advantage allowing you in most cases to unscrew them after an impact, replace with your spare and continuing to ride instead of bending the arm….a $42.00 part instead of an a arm. NOT guaranteed, but proven to work at least 75% of the time. This is a “TRUE” ground clearance arm, both tubes are arched unlike others on the market that have the front tube arched and rear tube not. This kit utilizes stock shocks. Our upper a arm design with a fairly wide radius will accommodate ANY stock or aftermarket shocks even with piggy back reservoirs. This is a COMPLETE kit that comes with all new hardware, you do not need to press out or reuse any stock components. Utilizes 2019 react 36” sway bars.

Kit comes complete with:

  • 2 Lower arms with preinstalled delrin bushings
  • 2 Upper arms with preinstalled delrin bushings
  • 2 5/8″ lower rod ends
  • 2 5/8″ jam nuts
  • 2 1/2″ upper rod ends
  • 2 1/2″ jam nuts
  • 4 12mm nylon nuts
  • 2 12 mm sway bar mounting bolts
  • 2 8mm lower shock nylon nuts

Part# 82105502

Additional information

Weight 8 lbs
Dimensions 12 × 16 × 4 in

2 reviews for 2016-24 RMK Axys/Matryx 34″ True Clearance Arm Kit

  1. Travis Clark (verified owner)

    Got a set of these 34” arms installed on my ’16 axys (previously 39” non-react front end). Had to position the coils on the stock shocks just right to clear arms at full droop but didn’t have a problem actually riding them and don’t see much of any interference. This shouldn’t be an issue with the shorter react length shocks. Fit and finish of the arms is great. The arms are a good bit lighter than I expected, welds are all very clean, and bushings fit tight to the bulkhead and spindles. I put the spindles center position on the skis. Since I have the wide front end, I couldn’t keep my sway bar on like you could with the narrow bar. Used the recommended number of turns on the rod ends for upper and lowers, and set slight toe out on skis per instructions.

    Ride in on the trail wasn’t nearly as tippy as I expected, especially without a sway bar. No darting or real difference in handling or steerability aside from some expected body roll. Off trail we had about a foot of fresh atop a very soft base. Handling was immediately noticeable and super responsive. I expected that they could be over-ridden due to width, but did not have any of that. Maneuvers initiated easily and were very predictable. I wanted to get my wife on these since she sometimes struggles initiating a turn, so she rode them for a few hours while I swapped over to hers. After riding these for a few hours myself, I noticed how much more planted her wider, 39”, stance was and realized I had only been riding neutral all day while having to do some wrong foot forward initiations on hers.

    Unprompted review from my wife was that it was a night and day difference. She had so much more confidence on the sled. She said it completely changed the sport for her (which is great news for me, since I want her to progress quickly). She noted that instead of having to command the sled to do maneuvers, she just had to decide where to go, and the sled went there with only slight foot pressure. She only rolled/tipped the sled over once after riding the narrow width, which she had done numerous times that day on her sled before switching. I think that shows how the lower center of gravity does not make the sled too tippy, but rather you can balance easier and make turns with less input and a larger more forgiving balance point. She couldn’t stop talking about how easy it was to ride, and I could see how much they improved her proficiency and enjoyment of riding. We will be getting her a set for our next ride.


  2. Kylee Ryckman

    I have this on my 2016 Axys 800 163″ in Flamingo Pink and I couldn’t be happier! I went from a stock front end to the 34″ ski stance, which made a TREMENDOUS difference in how my sled handled in the backcountry! My friend had this front end on his Axys and I fell in love with how easy it was to ride. I knew that I had to have that front end on my sled. With the stock width, I felt like my sled always wanted to be on its skis. It was aggravating and I had to muscle it over all the time. Now I don’t have to.

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