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post #11 of 15 Old 10-21-2010, 07:39 PM
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Same here, warranty is void once I get it to the house. It comes apart and I do my thing to it.

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How is cable adjustment covered under a warranty? Thats like saying the warranty covers your chain when it gets loose, do they tighten it for you?
lol well im not sure it was a warranty issue, but they did tighten it for me once when i had the oil changed free of charge. I like that i get free unlimited oil changes and oil filters, i get it done almost every time i ride, plus 2 free full tune ups per year for 3 years.

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Need to read your warranty and see what it covers. A warranty is to protect you against manufacturer's defects, does not cover normal wear and tear. Your clutch and parking brake cable's needed adjustment due to wear. If you want maintenance stuff covered, you need to buy some type of service plan.

I think some people think they can go out hit a tree, rip a front corner off the quad, take it back to the dealer and get it fixed for free since they have a warranty. Not going to happen.

I agree with others, I never take the extended warranty. Just about any mod will void it. When I bought my 700XX they were pushing the extended warranty hard, they guy would not take no for a answer. Even after I told him I would race it, he still kept pusing it. After I told him my planned mods, he backed off right away and told me I the warranty will not cover anything if you install those mods.

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in the manual it shows you how to adjust both the clutch and the parking brake...why would you even waste the time to load it up?

i would take it back if the air gets low in the tires too...the hondaline air is the best on the market...they better cover it too!!!!!

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I was told when i purchased mine, don't waste your time or money with the warranty. Honda with not cover any thing on a sports quad lol. At least they were honest!

I would not trust any dealer to touch my 700 anyways!

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