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Since when do you put a can am in the shop for regular oil change and filter do they tear down the transmission and say that the clutch was put in properly, and how do you tell that tires are dry rotting if you don't break down the tire? Alaska Mining and Diving is doing this to people to get more money
 

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Since when do you put a can am in the shop for regular oil change and filter do they tear down the transmission and say that the clutch was put in properly, and how do you tell that tires are dry rotting if you don't break down the tire? Alaska Mining and Diving is doing this to people to get more money
sounds like their doing you a favour, imagine the tire disintegrating while doing 100km/hr you’d be in a world of hurt. I’d say the boys deserve a box of donuts
 

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I am not sure of your description of the oil change but dry rot is a visible inspection of the exterior of the tire. Either way the mechanic should be able to explain both easily, have you talked to the mechanic?
 

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Depends on the type of maintenance. If they are going by a service book and do the stuff Can-Am says that they need to do(at that exact mileage). Look in the service manual and there is an interval for clutch inspection and cleaning. 🤷🏻‍♂️ And dry rotting tires can be spotted with the eye.
 
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