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Old 09-17-2010, 10:27 AM
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<------ Need to find you one of them and quit flaming. Or find someone else to flame to, because i'm sure 9/10 people here enjoy their can-ams and we might flame a bit but all in all we're completely satisfied.
Sorry Token... I'm sure you're right about the 9/10. But I do wish I'd seen some flamin about that dealer before I spent over $10,000 dollars. Hopefully I might can find a dealer with more integrity if I check around.
Yeh man, I just get crazy when I see people flaming all the time lol. I personally drove 3 hours to get mine and the dealer wasn't all that great. They did hook me up on the price but some of the decals were coming off and they said they'd mail replacements to me in the mail and that never happened. So since then I have found a really good dealer that is only about an hour from my house. I have heard a few good things from a dealer near Mobile but I forgot what the name of the dealership was. The best thing is just to look around til you find one that is good. I have been to several getting parts and work done and I have found 2 within distance from my house that I would swear by. I just wouldn't let one bad experience at a dealer change your opinion about the bike because where there is one bad dealer there is two that are great.
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Token... Thanks for the encouragement. Looking like that's the way it's going to work out too. Found a dealer in Piedmont that is making a lot more sense about service and maintenance. I guess I HAVE said enuff about the bad dealer situation
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Yeh man, some are just like car dealers and are crooks in every sense of the word lol. But some really do it because they enjoy it and are atv/dirtbike enthusiast themselves. And once you find a dealer like that it really makes the experience a lot more pleasant.
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you know I can see and feel the frustration of a new Canam owner. You get the high price ride that is 95% ready. Got to snorkle it or you will burn up the belt, then find the randon issues that is frustrating. But with all that said- it is an awesome ride and worth the extra effort. LOVE IT!
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