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Was out on my 1000 Outlander on the trails noticed I have a bent Tie rod rig is still under warrantee will that be covered ?
 

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I think it really depends on your dealer.
 

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Mine did not. I bought aftermarket heavier tie rods after that! my machine was 2 weeks old.
 

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+1 on the dealer, up to them & Can Am, if it was trail related then most places won't cover it under the warranty
 

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+1 on the dealer, up to them & Can Am, if it was trail related then most places won't cover it under the warranty
Yep they won't cover it......... paid and picked it up today all fixed.
 

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If the factory tie rod is bent why would anyone wanna put a factory one back on it:p ASR all the way 150$ canadian
 

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If the factory tie rod is bent why would anyone wanna put a factory one back on it:p ASR all the way 150$ canadian
Because the front end, like any thing else needs a weak point and a tie rod is the easiest/cheapest part on the front end to replace. If you strengthen the tire rods up without improving upon anything else, you end up putting more stress on parts like the ball joints and steering stem in situations where the tie rods should be the break point.
 

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I'd agree with jmm24 but canam seam to have really weak tie rods. I'd get stronger tie rods if mine bent, stock have many issues and problems.
 

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I have ASR and have had them for about a year. the factory tie rods are flimsy!
 

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If the factory tie rod is bent why would anyone wanna put a factory one back on it:p ASR all the way 150$ canadian
Because the front end, like any thing else needs a weak point and a tie rod is the easiest/cheapest part on the front end to replace. If you strengthen the tire rods up without improving upon anything else, you end up putting more stress on parts like the ball joints and steering stem in situations where the tie rods should be the break point.
I would rather replace a few tie rods than something else major, if they bend again I may rethink that but for now I'm good, thanks for all the good advice
 
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