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Have a Polaris Ranger XP that they left stock to keep a extended warranty.

And gone mudding all the time.
And not had any problems with.
 

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Guess nobody cares about the factory warranty.

They start at the git go and change everything.
 

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You’re way over thinking this warranty thing. Did you get a factory extended warranty or aftermarket? Be sure what you have.

My book says no aftermarket parts to make it go faster or give it more power. As in ECM tune, clutch kit, tampering with air intake.

If you want bigger tires put them on there, if you want a small lift 2-3” do it. Every dealer does this everyday. If you’re that worried about it take it to your dealer and ask them to do it if it won’t void your warranty. I bet they do it.

90% of getting a warranty claim approved comes from the dealer you use. Use a good dealer that wants your business in the future and he’ll stand by you. Get a high volume dealer and they won’t care if you come back or not.


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Got a 1 yr factory warranty.
Everybody that own Polaris, said to get a extended warranty.
So the dealer I bought my 19 xp 900 offered me a 5 yr factory warranty on top of my 1 yr warranty.
The only 19 900 xp that I could find was 100 miles away .
I tried the Polaris dealer 20 Miles from me
They was trying to sell me a crew cab.

They sold all their 19 single cabs.

Got another Polaris dealer 30 miles from me in a different direction.
All they had was 2020 models.
And wanted more money.
Both the dealers closest to me said if I did anything besides tires..
It would void my warranty.

I called the dealer I bought it from.
They said they would do whatever I wanted.

I wanted some radius arms for the front.
The radius arms makes the front a little wider than the back. Right.


A 3" lift.
They said the vendor they use don't have a 3" lift.
Choose a 2" or a 4".

I'd have to get my own kit.
I wanted a super atv lift.
Because of what they offer.

The dealer I bought it from will work with me.
But driving 100 miles and dropping it off.
Then going back to get it will be a hassle.

Then for warranty work .
I might have to have the old parts put back on for them to take pictures to send it.
After they fix what is broke.

And it seems like I will have to pull my xp there to have the oil changed, so nobody else knows I have don't the kits and voided the warranty.



Where I want to ride with friends.
They go threw a lot of creeks.
So that's why I wanted to raise it.

I considered a snorkel..but unlike the older models.
Polaris has stuck the bed too far forward for a snorkel kit to work without cutting the bed.

Really don't want to cut the front of the bed either .
Dang sure don't want to take it out and tear it up either.
Think the water will be what will give me problems.
 

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You don’t have to have the dealer do oil changes. You can buy the oil change kits on line. Keep your receipts and write down date,mileage and engine hours on receipt.

What are you concerned about breaking?

I put all my stuff on myself. Lift, tires,heater,doors, radio, wiper.

Now if you tune your ECM or clutch kit your warranty will be gone.

Just because you bought your warranty from the dealer doesn’t mean it’s a factory warranty. It could be a third party. Check your paperwork.


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My dealer sold me a third party extended warranty by the name of torque group. Has anybody heard of or had any dealings with this one?
 

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Thanks.

Don't mean to cry, but.
I'm handicapped.

I'm 25 months into Leukemia.
I have been threw stem cell transplant.

It would take me forever to be able to do the work myself.

I'd have to have the dealer to do it.
 

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You don’t have to have the dealer do oil changes. You can buy the oil change kits on line. Keep your receipts and write down date,mileage and engine hours on receipt.

What are you concerned about breaking?

I put all my stuff on myself. Lift, tires,heater,doors, radio, wiper.

Now if you tune your ECM or clutch kit your warranty will be gone.

Just because you bought your warranty from the dealer doesn’t mean it’s a factory warranty. It could be a third party. Check your paperwork.


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Seems everybody has CV joints and everything else giving problems.
 
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